ICB F/W 2015 began with a playful interpretation of a harsh winter’s accessories. Merino wool knits that mimic both the role of scarf and drape sleeved pull-over, brushstroke prints that serve as an extension of of the wool melton coats, cotton poplin shirts, and air-spun yarn that give off that delicate but substantial alpaca knit. The marriage between reality and fantasy are executed in careful layerings from a mid-length twill skirts that reveal a hidden mini, to the bi-colored furs that blend with the textured image woven into wool, later fashioned into suiting. The shades of orange, ruby, and ink blue resemble, lightly the works of art placed carefully around the room.
Byron had the chance to grab one of the fellow designers from ICB and ask about this soothing, yet intriguing collection:
Byron: Hi there, I am absolutely loving the pops of color, dynamic use of materials, and layered offerings in this collection. Uber reminiscent of the art surrounding us today. Can you tell me a little bit about the inspiration for this collection?
ICB: This is a continuation from pre-fall. Defining it as winter as the new accessory (that’s our theme). How we think about, we kind of made fun of the typical idea of winter, and deconstructed it and put it together again. For instance when you see those scarves, these are actually scarves but we made them into a shape of a sweater, so you can wear it over the shoulder, from there we started exploring the idea further for prints in the fur. We flattened the fur and made them into a print. There is a chauffeur, these are inspired by landscape for the artist that we like. This is our version of acable-knit sweater that we made a cable out of scarf. (Our way of saying cable-knit scarf).
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