Theyskens’ Theory Spring / Summer 2014

Paying ode to the nineties in a way that had little to do with the grunge aspects of the decade, Olivier Theyskens made his spring / summer 2014 collection relevant especially through the cool play on proportion. The new silhouettes, both edgy and fragile kept the dark romance theme going, while the imaginative approach to layering made his latest collection one of the most focused so far.

Having understood that women love to layer, while seeking at the same time for an almost imperceptible sense of ease, Olivier Theyskens chose transparency as the ultimate aerial expression. Sheer pants and camisoles, worked their magic alongside comfy sweaters and shirt dresses, in the collection that is ready to redefine the urban uniform as soon as the next spring arrives.

Moody, challenging and spectacular in all of its apparent simplicity, Theyskens’ Theory’s offering, cast in shades of black, gray, and navy, proves that choosing delicacy for a change doesn’t necessarily imply loosing all signs of strength.

You see all of the Theyskens’ Theory spring / summer 2014 runway collection by clicking on a thumbnail on the left. From there you can browse through each of the pictures from the fashion show.

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Photography by Imaxtree