NOON by noor pre-fall 2013
Whether you prefer toned-down tailoring or high-voltage volume, Noon by Noor Pre-Fall 2013 has you covered. The collection showed eye-catching texturing at its finest, thanks to the trompe l’oiel inspiration spanning across the looks. Take a at the 3-D effect of the navy blue gingham- propelling wearers into the future. Deep plums moved these sweet looks into pre-fall ready territory, while taking the everyday pieces into evening wear with the addition of tights.
Feminine modernity at its finest, with lace and embroidery highlighting the edges of collars underneath sharp pantsuits. Peter pan collars and berets interjected an effortless quirkiness to the collection, revealing how this beauty is no wallflower. Fabrications of double-faced silk, lace, and soft-jersey, demonstrated how luxury can be wearable without all the fuss, as the sleek silhouettes definitely caught our attention.
Variations of outerwear that debuted in the collection, from knitwear to coats, showed how to sport their daring delicateness theme even amid worrisome weather. Floor-sweeping gowns showed modesty while the layers of lace added mystery (with a dose of red lip giving even more mystique). Countering the defined silhouettes of the tailored suits, many pieces came in a kaleidoscope of calming colors (whether it be lavender or light blue) that combined both elegance and ease. For Noon by Noor, high definition just got a new meaning for this fresh young designer. Written by Mary Anderson