textile timeline

"W" magazine January issue features an atypically fluid "Looks for Spring" spread (can be found here) shot by Craig McDean. ignore the spindly models (who look so famished they might suddenly consume one another mid-photo shoot) and appreciate the imaginative color and textile progression of the timeline. it begins with fleshy, nude-colored dresses (boring), drifts into pastel florals (I've opened one eye), marches on to tribal prints (fully alert now), slithers toward exotic textures and hues (clapping hands in delight at this point), and concludes with mischievous vintage-y lace mini-dresses (have fallen off chair in a burst of sensory exhaustion).

most noticeable trend: mini dresses.
note to self: work out legs. legs are in for spring.

Stylist| alex white
Source| "W"

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