A Twenty8Twelve collection would hardly be recognizable without the feminine boldly standing up to the rough edginess exuded by the garments, as Elsa Elphick, the master mind behind the label seems to just love exploring and juxtaposing both sides of the female personality in her youthful line ups. For fall / winter 2013 the girlie girls will find themselves purposely attracted by the relaxed silhouettes, playful prints and clean styling, as the 1940s subtly inspired collection seems particularly focused of flirty dresses and skirts featuring pocket inserts, loose sweaters and crisp button-downs.
The edgy girl has an entire arsenal made out of of leather trousers and shorts, color-blocked biker jackets and skinny denims, military inspired coats and checkered shirts, just waiting to make a statement out of Twenty8Twelve’s eclectic aesthetic. Updating the 40s key silhouettes, but keeping the looks positively fresh, Elphick came up with a line up that would translate magnificently onto the streets. There, the whimsical dress worn over skinny pants and the blue oversized cable-knit sweater paired to the light gray coat-suit will make most sense, easily establishing a sense of belonging.
You can see all of the Twenty8Twelve autumn (fall) / winter 2013 collection by clicking on a thumbnail on the left. From there you can browse through each of the pictures from the collection.