3.1 Phillip Lim Catwalk Fashion Show NYC Womenswear FW2016

February 16, 2016 by  
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Phillip Lim did a lot with practical sportswear, elevating simple pieces, such as A-line minis, shifts and boyish trousers with a bit retro plaids — micro and macro — in sour shades of green, rust and brown. The beginning of the show had a neo-rockabilly attitude cross-pollinated with the unusual sporty Zen of quilted nylon puffers with kimono trims and flat, hardy sandals.

It was a thoughtful collection, full of left-of-center ideas that worked. Some of the best looks fused utility and romance, such as a series of Army green items, including cargo pants with patchwork-velvet panels and an oversize parka with a fur hood, slashed elbows and orange embroidery. Lim also joined in the season’s velvet renaissance, with a burnt-orange velvet suit, a fitted navy motor jacket with leather sleeves and velvet booties, some of which had a contrasting silver toe.

Phillip Lim Catwalk Fashion Show New York Womenswear SS2014

September 11, 2013 by  
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Inspired by mother nature Philip Lim came up with a boxy, stiff, clean and powerful collection. He for instance used Geodes (rocklike minerals with colorful crystals on the inside) as an inspiration, embroidered on sheer sweatshirts, printed on silk designs and (less obvious) visible in the shimmering details of several mexico viagra no prescription sleeveless metallic pieces. Sober, minimalistic pieces (like white shaded boxy dresses, blouses and skirts) and busy printed or embroidered items (like printed leather jackets with tie dye effects or fringed details) were mixed into a well-balanced collection. A surprising yet fresh color palette of whites, pastels, olive green and navy blue just worked beautifully, especially with the shiny touches Lim added here and there. An ode to planet earth and something to look forward next spring!

3.1 Phillip Lim Catwalk Fashion Show Paris Menswear SS2014

June 27, 2013 by  
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Phillip Lim presented a ss14 collection inspired by the idea of an accidental tourist, who dresses the way it comes. The result: a relaxed collection, where beach and city met with Neoprene oversized jackets and T-shirts, scuba shorts with kimono-inspired shirt jackets and metallic leather on sleeveless bicker-jackets. Colors were inspired by the see, like ocean-blue and coral-red.

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3.1 Phillip Lim Catwalk Fashion Show Womenswear New York FW2013

February 12, 2013 by  
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Phillip Lim presented a well balanced fall-collection, good design with commercial value. The designer referred to motor-racers and played along with biker-vests, racer-back dresses, zipper details and leather patches. The layers gave a modern, streetwise touch – as did the outerwear, roomy shorts and skinny cargos.


3.1 Phillip Lim Catwalk Fashion Show New York ss2012

September 15, 2011 by  
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Just when you thought you couldn’t have any more rich, over-the-top prints and screaming colors, Phillip Lim moved in with a refreshing palette. His collection  was full of sorbet colors — icy peach, pink and yellow — served on silhouettes that were relaxed. There were loose, racer-back tanks and track pants with zippers at the sides, some that concealed or revealed a stripe.

It was a relaxed basis on which Lim layered and explored a-symmetric cuts. Lim started gently, with tanks and slipdresses outlined in fluttering folds designed to catch the breeze. His program cited kites as a source of inspiration, and the fly-away motif was pretty and serene in small doses. The message at large seemed to be sporty minimalism.

Phillip Lim Catwalk Fashion Show New York SS2011

September 16, 2010 by  
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Maybe Phillip Lim likes to puzzle, regarding the puzzle-piece concept of his ss2011 collection: garments without a back, side or bottom all created one look. Sometimes a skirt looked like an apron, or a dress seemed a three piece item.

The overall impression of this collection was chic, modern and fresh with hints of clean sportswear. Chique layers, structured shapes, and a colormix of camel, baby-blue, taupe and beige. Lim also played with contrasting fabrics, sheer with opaque, lambskin with sequins. And we really liked the menswear tailoring.