Neil Barrett creates his woman on the shape of his men’s aesthetic. Classic masculine pieces have been adapted to fit a women’s figure, but the core of all the concept is as bold and edged as the men’s. That’s why he chose as muse of his women’s Spring/Summer 2014 collection and presentation the model crush of the moment, Binx Walton. Her androgynous but always tender beauty it’s exactly what Neil Barrett wanted to achieve for his womenswear: techno and strong to fit a quilted blouson, but soft enough to make it wearable also with applied ruffles and pleats. The leitmotif of the last men’s collection has been carried over, and appears on MA-1 and as an overall pattern on dresses and knits; together with that op art spots have been included.
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