Softness and lightness, comfort and simplicity. From season to season, Lemaire’s style goes on slowly and methodically, in contrast with the tectonic shifts of vocabulary each season that fashion has always wanted to impose on us.
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This season, Christophe Lemaire and Sarah-Linh Tran continued to dictate their vocabulary based on a very natural nonchalance: ample and flowy shapes, relaxed and functional looks, modular and flexible pieces.
Behind the apparent simplicity of the looks always hide ultra-elaborate constructions which, this season, were punctuated with poetic prints by Native American folk artist Joseph Yoakum. Yoakum’s naive landscapes also informed the collection’s palette, with shades of coral, pale terracotta, and lilac that nod to the images of mountains portrayed in his drawings.
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