Tales of the Orient: Opulent Far East-Inspired Style

Style / October 15, 2012
Tales of the Orient: Opulent Far East-Inspired Style Photo from left to right: Suno, Proenza Schouler, Issa

A blossoming trend found on the fall/winter runways was Asian influenced style with kimono detailing and traditional motifs telling the tales of mysterious, ancient empires.

With inspiration from the far east, designers such as Issa, Suno and Proenza Schouler created exotic designs that featured delicate floral embroidery, extravagant prints, gold accents and luxurious fabrics such as silk and kimono style sleeves.

Taking a cue from the fall/winter runways, we mixed metallic pants and luxurious accessories with a kimono style top to create a modern take on the trend.

Tales of the Orient: Opulent Far East-Inspired Style


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Jenny McFarlane
Jenny McFarlane
Jenny McFarlane is currently obsessed with ASOS timed sale shopping, obsessively listening to the "Drive" soundtrack, and everything faux fur.




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