Diego Binetti Spring 2014
Guests at the Diego Binetti Spring 2014 show were transported out of the concrete jungle into a real one. Or so it seemed. The collection featured tribal and bohemian influences on wearable styles. Casual and fun, life is breezy with a youthful a laid-back vibe. We caught up with smiling Diego and models backstage to take a look at the patterns and textures with neon accessorized blasts.
Full of movement, the variety of silk, cotton, and mesh combined to create a versatile collection that appealed. Abstract and other visually interesting prints were on most garments as rich hues of deep reds, blues, purples, and accents of creams and yellows garnished designs. Longline maxi skirts and dresses had a loose and flowing silhouettes. The printed drawstring pants are sure to be a spring stable and paired well with three quarter sleeve peasant blouses. A lively sequined boxy jacket in pastel tones was paired with quirky glasses decorated with a bright red hippo. Other ornamented elements included fringe and tassels. DIEGO BINETTI SPRING 2014 written by Nadia Hartvigsen.
a quick glimpse at the show, with more images to come. check out our live instagram updates from Diego Binetti.