SA Fashion Week SS’16: Clive Rundle

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Clive Rundle is telling us through his collection that less isn’t always more, with sharp precision and neat execution.

The designer adopted layering and mix-match to achieve the collection that still looks subtle. Using a lot of printed chiffon fabric. We must commend this collection for its near perfect tailoring.

It’s very nice to see how different clashing prints somewhat coexist in one piece without looking misdirected. All of this takes a certain level of understanding of how prints work to be able to present this faultlessly.

Have a look at the collection below;

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Image Credit: safashionweek.co.za

Boluwa

Boluwa

Mass communication graduate and a broadcasting major. I love anything media related and I have great interest in entertainment, fashion and Food. My major strength in life is talking and everyday for me is a chance to get my voice heard.

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