SUMMER COLLECTION 2010
MARCH 2010 – Exquisite animal prints evoke Charles & Keith Summer 2010 ad campaign to go for a fashion escapade; in tribute to the equestrian roots inspired. The prestigious and influential experience fully enhanced with saddle, bits and mallets; portraying status with collections.
Animal prints transformed à la mode with the introduction of new shade without losing its ability to be identified. Expensive and exotic; symbol of wealth and status. The classic black and white zebra prints can be a bold statement, while a touch of blue or yellow hues making it softer and more feminine. Reinterpretation of snake prints with innovation offers a complete contemporary link to the collections.
Nude is the new black. Captures from Mother Nature's earth tones, nude is no monochrome colour. Varying in an exciting kaleidoscope of earth shades: taupe, tan, camel, sand, beige, ivory, cream; these hues looks divine enriched by gold zips and buckles, wooden details and denim touches. Every detail has been tended to with attention, including the textures, interwoven strips, feminine ruffles and pleats. The pieces are versatile and capable of complementing a variety of settings.
Fashion flock staying faithful to the hard-edged rock look, giving a shot of pure adrenalin as they inject additional dimension and go on full gear on the attitude. Key enhancement such as chains collectively with studs in shades of metallic harmonizing the hard and soft elements illustrating a sexy suaveness.
Fabric jeans, suede, patent patchwork, chain, surreal ornament, mirror metallic and exotic animal print.
Circle, square, oval and rectangle.
Footwear: Slingback, laced, booties, platform, wedge, ankle-heels, T-bar, gladiator and sandal.
Bag: Hobo, shoulder bag, tote and clutch.
Accessories: Stitch work belt, monotone belt with wide buckle, slim belt with metal embellishment and folds, eyewear with T-shell frame and patchwork wide temple and eyewear with twisted skeletal temple.
The neutrals, earthy, gold touches, metallic, multi, and blues.