Bauhaus served as the main inspiration for Alejandra Alonso’s fall collection for À Moi. She cleverly integrated geometric shapes into tops and skirts — figuratively and, sometimes, literally — the former via appealing flared sleeves on leather jackets and white shirts, and the latter at the bottoms of skirts, to dowdy effect. More successful were the hand-crocheted knits. A one-shoulder look featuring allover cutouts and a mock neck was shown with matching cropped flared pants.

By  on February 11, 2016

Bauhaus served as the main inspiration for Alejandra Alonso’s fall collection for À Moi. She cleverly integrated geometric shapes into tops and skirts — figuratively and, sometimes, literally — the former via appealing flared sleeves on leather jackets and white shirts, and the latter at the bottoms of skirts, to dowdy effect. More successful were the hand-crocheted knits. A one-shoulder look featuring allover cutouts and a mock neck was shown with matching cropped flared pants.

A Moi RTW Fall 201625 Photos 

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