Continuing its evolution from a denim brand to a full ready-to-wear label, Frame developed its spring collection following two different directions — one more causal, the other more sophisticated. And yet the lineup, which was inspired by certain effortlessly chic Sixties and Seventies aesthetics, looked cohesive and coherent. “We imagined Lauren Hutton living in the Villa Malaparte on Capri and we developed a full wardrobe fitting her lifestyle,” said Frame founder Erik Torstensson.
While the denim-focused part of the lineup included a range of jeans cut with various fits, from boyfriend to skinny, and worked in different colors, from light indigo to gray and washed red, the more urban looks were crafted from an array of high-end materials. For example, suede was used for a chic dress with a front knot, while a blue suit, as well as a vest with a double lapel and coordinating fluid pants, came in a soft linen and silk blend. White and blue summer stripes added a maritime touch to the collection, which offered a wide range of comfortable and cool options for today’s on-the-go woman.