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Dress in Macaron Colors for Spring '12

Phillip Lim revealed a refreshing color palette for his Spring 2012 3.1 collection, in comparison to most designers who were showing up in technicolor at New York Fashion Week. Lim leaned towards the more minimal and airy side, presenting a pastel-hued series of pieces that made reference to objects made to fly away; the kite.  Tops and dresses were sewn with rectangular panels with loose edges, left with colorful strips similar to that of a tail on a kite.  An alternative to all the bright colors and neons, I like the idea of dressing in macaron, don’t you? (Above photo via Top Shop blog). See all from 3.1 Philip Lim in the slideshow below.

Slideshow Photos: Yannis Vlamos / GoRunway.com via Style.com

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About Poppytalk:

Jan is the author and co-founder of the Canadian design blog, Poppytalk. She is also a huge supporter of all things handmade and is proud to devote her time to their online marketplace, Poppytalk Handmade.

 

 

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