Preen designers Justin Thregazzi and Thea Breggazi let nature take over this Fall, got their inspiration by the English scientific artist Beatrix Potter.
Their prints had evolved after looking at Beatrix Potter’s botanical drawings, if you also see below the Victorian pressed-flower albums, and abstract expressionist art—Jasper Johns, Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock.
bit of the English countryside to New York Fashion Week with floral patterns, butterfly prints and bold color blocking with feminie lace touches on the sheer dresses on top.
The two designer cut the inevitable high romance of botanical flower and butterfly prints by paneling them into dresses with sharp blocks of a very flat matte fabric.
The collection was an artistic beauty,even if forgetting about needing to wrap up for the cold!