Geometry is always an inspiration for Charles Youssef; his zigzag patterns and architectural silhouettes have become a signature of the brand. For spring, he went a step further, and perhaps softer, channeling Art Deco colors and prints, drawing inspiration from the work of Australian artist Esther Stewart. A flair of drama reverberated throughout the looks — a white dress shirt in cotton poplin came decorated with voluminous “sunburst” pleated cuffs — and Youssef also played with proportion in his ruffled and asymmetrical silk dresses and sheer tops. A navy origami silk and cotton wrap dress stood out as the most regal option for evening.

By  on September 9, 2015

Geometry is always an inspiration for Charles Youssef; his zigzag patterns and architectural silhouettes have become a signature of the brand. For spring, he went a step further, and perhaps softer, channeling Art Deco colors and prints, drawing inspiration from the work of Australian artist Esther Stewart. A flair of drama reverberated throughout the looks — a white dress shirt in cotton poplin came decorated with voluminous “sunburst” pleated cuffs — and Youssef also played with proportion in his ruffled and asymmetrical silk dresses and sheer tops. A navy origami silk and cotton wrap dress stood out as the most regal option for evening.

Charles Youssef RTW Spring 201615 Photos 

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