Fashion Week Highlights: Rachel Antonoff
In the Spring of 2014, Rachel Antonoff stole our hearts with her amazing use of Francine Dressler "boobie print". For her fall 2015 collection, Rachel did not disappoint. In fact, she inspired. I mean who doesn't love a grade school science fair? In typical Rachel fashion, her collection of beautiful florals, preppy plaids, and classic silhouettes is sprinkled with whimsy and intrigue. If you look closely in the pictures that follow, you will notice human organs, like hearts and spleens are entangled in Antonoff's flowers and vines. Her subtle elements of all things bizarre keep us coming back for more every season.
Let's all admit it, Rachel's knit design of the woman's reproductive system is something we all secretly want to own. And that big girl school uniform paired with a nursing tank? It has easy access written all over it!
The lady like floral prints stole our hearts.
A chic twist on the button down shirt and the use of sweatshirt material to create a distressed overcoat fuses school uniform and gym class ensembles with modern ready-to-wear.