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Preen Fall/Winter 2011

Posted by stephan | February 17th, 2011
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There was something in the atmosphere at Preen this season, from the moment Arizona Muse strode down the catwalk in a triply printed top, you knew you were in for a treat. Too often elegance and modernity are separate entities in fashion; most collections are either wholly refined and utterly boring, or innovative yet unwearable. Preen’s Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi have found the point where beauty and ingenuity meet, their streamlined fall collection features a bold set of nuanced shapes and striking colors. The influence of the California Arts and Crafts movement is evident in the geometric prints reminiscent of Batchelder tiles. Art history references aside, Preen has plenty of offer in terms of sleek shapes and cuts. Everything was there this season; pencil skirts with slits down the middle, belted dresses and blouses, crystal embellishments and of course a touch of fur. An enterprising girl could build her entire fall wardrobe with Preen separates and never want for anything more.

View our video interview with Preen’s designers Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi

Preen
Fall/Winter 2011

Photos: Stephan Moskovic
Text: Janelle Okwodu

Casting director: Noah Shelley for AM Casting
Stylist: Sarah Richardson
Production: Marcus Chang
Set: KaDan
Makeup: James Kaliardos for MAC Pro
Hair: Luke Hersheson
Nails: Haven for Zoya

Preen
Fall/Winter 2011

Also view our video interview with Preen’s designers Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi

Casting director: Noah Shelley for AM Casting
Stylist: Sarah Richardson
Production: Marcus Chang
Set: KaDan
Makeup: James Kaliardos for MAC Pro
Hair: Luke Hersheson
Nails: Haven for Zoya

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  1. Nigel S. says:

    The collection is dazzling. Thrilled that it’s featured on MDX, hoped it would’ve.
    I found the pieces to be oh so spellbinding. Very fresh textiles, innovatove surface gradient and cuts. I loved it. Perhaps my favorite Preen collecetion thus far and one of my top collections of this most splendid show season.

  2. Carolina says:

    The beauty of the parade was beautiful and innovative, highlighting the natural beauty of the female face and hair with wet look. The game was great prints and textures

  3. beso says:

    nice

  4. piwi says:

    Who’s the girl from the first pic? She’s stunning!

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