2012 Spring Ready-to-Wear

In-Process by Hall Ohara

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In-Process by Hall Ohara RTW Spring 2012

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In-Process by Hall Ohara RTW Spring 2012

London-born Steven Hall and Yurika Ohara played with European tailoring techniques from the Victorian and Edwardian eras.

London-born Steven Hall and Yurika Ohara played with European tailoring techniques from the Victorian and Edwardian eras and applied them to casual clothing of an American persuasion. That meant working box frills, puff sleeves and gathers into casual separates like button down shirts, cardigans and even a trouser style resembling sweat pants. A few American flags were also incorporated into the mix.

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