Canadian design siblings Chloé and Parris Gordon are as young as they are serious about their craft and their Beaufille label. It is now carried by more than 30 retailers — including Net-a-porter, which picked them up last season — and it’s not surprising. The collection is hip, wearable and hits all the trends fashion girls want.

The duo looked at the work of Brazilian landscape artist Roberto Burle Marx for spring. “It’s very modern and minimal, but playful, and we introduced bolder shapes, bigger ruffles and flares,” they explained in their presentation notes. Onstage, these were exactly the looks that stood out: super flared black trousers paired with a cascading ruffled drop-shoulder top; a puff-sleeved, open-back top worn with matching bell bottoms; an extra-long-sleeve, off-the-shoulder midi dress, and a cool bell-sleeve plaid top and matching pants.

By  on September 14, 2016

Canadian design siblings Chloé and Parris Gordon are as young as they are serious about their craft and their Beaufille label. It is now carried by more than 30 retailers — including Net-a-porter, which picked them up last season — and it’s not surprising. The collection is hip, wearable and hits all the trends fashion girls want.

The duo looked at the work of Brazilian landscape artist Roberto Burle Marx for spring. “It’s very modern and minimal, but playful, and we introduced bolder shapes, bigger ruffles and flares,” they explained in their presentation notes. Onstage, these were exactly the looks that stood out: super flared black trousers paired with a cascading ruffled drop-shoulder top; a puff-sleeved, open-back top worn with matching bell bottoms; an extra-long-sleeve, off-the-shoulder midi dress, and a cool bell-sleeve plaid top and matching pants.

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