Photo credit: Cathy/Bay Area Fashionista 2014©
David Tlale sent his spring/summer 2015 collection down the New York Fashion Week runway on September 7, 2014. The collection was filled with flowing fabrics, three-dimensional designs and a warm color palette. The collection fused together modern styling with a slight nod to the 1940’s, 1950’s, 1960’s and 1970’s through skirt silhouettes and necklines. The prints were fresh; and added a strong, powerful yet feminine touch to the overall pieces.
David Tlale used Egyptian cotton, wool crepe, silk crepe, brocade, silk raffia, gold lame, chiffon, PVC and a fabulous bejeweled vlisco print throughout his collection. The asymmetrical lines, box pleats, peplum, flare pants, a-line silhouettes, hot pants and more inserted a little something for everyone and every occasion in the collection.
My favorite piece on the runway was the inverted box pleat skirt shown above. Fabulous! Also, watching Tyson walk down the runway in person, is another highlight of the show! Hawt!
To view the David Tlale spring/summer 2015 runway show in its’ entirety, please view the IMG Fashion video below.