Lisa Perry designed a vibrant and happy collection around circles and dots. Like Pierre Cardin and Simon Porte Jacquemus, Perry is enamored by the circle, seemingly the perfect shape. And while that motif has always been sprinkled throughout her previous collections, it proved to be the major point of her latest.
“My first collection in 2007 was inspired by a piece of art I created, which was a series of 10 round canvases arranged in a color spectrum. Following the 10th anniversary of my brand, I felt this dot collection for fall was a natural follow up,” she explained.
On the more casual side, there were printed crepe dresses with Perry’s signature circle pockets or primary colored sweaters and trousers with orange, red, blue and pink snap details. Long black dresses — one strapless with multicolored dots, another with long sleeves dotted in white — felt modern. The pattern wasn’t overused, though, appearing appropriately on a flirty cropped blouse or on fox and rabbit fur coats. After a decade, Perry continues to serve up her Sixties fashion with a cheery spin.