Italian designer Stella Jean
is an emerging talent whose bold, vibrant creations mesmerise
and delight the senses.
Of mixed parentage (her mother is Haitian, her father is Italian) –
Sra. Jean draws inspiration from her culturally rich background
in executing her design vision.
(image from fashion.telegraph.co.uk):
designer, Stella Jean
For Milan Fashion Week, a/w 2014
Sra. Jean offers one of the most
electrifying collection of the season:
a cornucopia of colour
a pagentry of prints
a mixture of motifs
a triumph of textures
presented in lush layering
Ornately patterned tights
and matching patterned pointed toe ankle boots
extended the look to tippy toe;
as patterned bags ensured to finger tips.
The clothing created from
ethically sourced textiles from all over the world –
shaped silhouettes to flatter womanly contours.
No subliminal context or dark/hidden meanings to uncover
the story is in the fabrication, from which is created
joyous, vibrant clothing –
definitely one of my favourite collection for the a/w 2014 season.
(images from fashionising):
Stella Jean, a/w 2014