An androgynous mood ran through Arthur Arbesser’s first collection. Playing with geometry and proportion, he said he conceived “uniforms for contemporary girls.” The results were chic and neat. A boxy jacket in a stiff, textured fabric was paired with cropped matching pants for a tomboy look while a short, single-pocket blazer with a straight miniskirt had a British collegiate feel.

Injecting a dose of sensual femininity, Arbesser cut wide pants in sheer white organza, layering them under a see-through black tulle skirt.

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