Theyskens Theory Catwalk Fashion Show New York Womenswear SS2014

September 10, 2013 by  
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Instead of all black, designer Olivier Theyskens injected his SS14 collection for Theory with neon and color peeking out from sheer, dark layers. The neon tease was set up for the finale’s burst of real color — pink, yellow orange and white — shown in simple sheer layers for a long, lean look. For example, an orange slipdress was worn over a short yellow tank and two pink skirts, one long, one knee-length. The sporty simplicity of the separates and soft blend of colors was cool and surprisingly cheerful.

Brights weren’t the only new part of Theyskens’ spring story; the cheap real viagra england layering was also strong. He built day looks and modern evening options out of off-beat pairings. A bustier tank came over an oversized T-shirt and double-layered shorts, and a slouchy short-sleeved top, sequined midi trumpet skirt and floor-length white skirt combined for an unusual elegance.

Theyskens’ Theory Catwalk Fashion Show Womenswear New York FW2013

February 12, 2013 by  
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Olivier Theyskens wanted to create a futuristic collection for Theyskens Theory without it looking too utopian. He translated that thought in a silhouette with strong shoulders on tailored, basic pieces and a play with proportion with several voluminous dresses. Several quilted fabrics added a cocoon touch. The vibe was down to earth although the designers borrowed his ideas from spacesuits (quilting) and weightlessness (floating volumes).


Theyskens’ Theory Catwalk Fashion Show New York SS2012

September 14, 2011 by  
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The models at the Theyskens’ Theory show one by one looked kinda depressed. The showed absolutely no expression and made the show feel sort of lifeless. Truly there wasn’t really any need for that. The collection full of straight up streetstyle looks was fun.

Olivier Theyskens came up with jeans that were both high waisted and slouchy, held in place by a small belt. He designed shorts and sleeveless jackets, netted tops, jumpsuits, leather parkas, chainmail vests and cobweb dresses.

But the pieces that will most likely become a hit were some leather pants with holographic shine to them. Styled with neutral items like a white blouse or a black sweater these eye-catchers become very wearable. So we guess this is not the last we’ve seen of them.