For his third collection as Issa’s creative director, Jamie O’Hare looked to the geometry and order of repeating patterns in nature and technology, working with a palette of white, black, lapis and lime green. This outing continued the sharp and sexy aesthetic that he has been cultivating thus far, with plenty of short hemlines, narrow shapes and bare flesh.

 

The opening look, a white broderie anglaise coat with plastic piping and shiny silver hardware, looked as complicated as motherboard wiring from afar, but up close, it was beautiful. A digital print, meanwhile, echoed the geometry of computer circuitry, and came covered in square see-through sequins on minidresses.

 

Especially lovely were a white dress and a black jumpsuit, both of which had high necklines and were cleverly draped over the arms to reveal a completely bare back.

By  on September 20, 2015

For his third collection as Issa’s creative director, Jamie O’Hare looked to the geometry and order of repeating patterns in nature and technology, working with a palette of white, black, lapis and lime green. This outing continued the sharp and sexy aesthetic that he has been cultivating thus far, with plenty of short hemlines, narrow shapes and bare flesh.

 

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