One who values tradition, prefers exotic extravagance, and uses the two opposites together when dressing. That's a certain type of woman, the exact type for Stella Jean fall 2015 ready-to-wear. An unusual combination of traditional silhouettes and bohemian design, this collection proved that opposites really do attract. Plaids, tweeds, long overcoats, sweaters, and tartan coats all acted as a canvas for embroidery and painted scenes of elaborate castles. Tassels decorated this collection as accents sprinkle words, that is to say, frequently and seemingly random, but meaningfully placed in reality. The tropical components looked as though they belonged somewhere warmer, and the traditional elements would seem to have gone better somewhere more north-western-European, but together they fit perfectly on the Stella Jean runway.
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