Tye and dye/ wood prints and a touch of shimmer for David Tlale’s Fall 2015 collection. The showcase was echoed by a certain type of elegance. Gold dye patches were pasted on grey dresses, sheer fabrics were used on sleeves and chests and a couture ambiance filled the show space. Dramatic shapes and details on dresses coupled with less dramatic pieces for balance. Among the elegance and couture feel, a goth touch was added with the introductory of rich black flow-y pieces, a knee length sheer shirt for menswear worn with an equally black blazer and pants, a long haired male model in a all black suit with a fur shawl hanging on one arm. Gold figure belts for women and black ones for menswear.
Sharp tailoring for menswear with thick 90s short sleeved shirts with equally impressive tailoring on blazers and pants. Cracked tile patterns, tweed textures, knotted necklines and embellishments. These were seen hanging on shoulders and just under the waist line.
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