Jasmin Shokrian Spring RTW15
Strong architectural shapes and sculptural silhouettes take the lead in LA-based designer Jasmin Shokrian's Spring Ready-to-Wear 2015 collection.
Since she started her eponymous fashion label in 2003, Shokrian's collections have been articulated with a strong emphasis on craft and detail. With a background in film, painting and sculpture from the School of Art Institute in Chicago and influenced by her mother who is a professional tailor, Shokrian's designs exhibits her own talent for tailoring and draping material into beautiful architectural curves and forms.
Silk faille dresses and tops are suspended by thin straps which add dimension that exudes femininity in the resulting flow and drape of the piece. Sharp Vs are explored across multiple depths in necklines, back lines and even in an overlapping tunic. Large, soft block-coloured totes made of mesh and canvas punctuate the clothes with a contrast of colour and form, adding yet another detail of interest to this minimalist collection which could appear deceptively simple at first glance. I also love the fact that hems of shorts and shirt dresses are also included in the strong geometry played subtly, culminating the attention to sculptural detail that Shokrian is most experienced in.
Photography courtesy of Style.com.