Everyone looks to Paris or New York for the latest trends and styles but have you considered Australian designers? Karla Spetic is an Australian designer with the simplistic chic that might characterise BCBGmaxazria mixed with all the colours and cheer that comes with a LV resort collection. But of course that alone cannot explain entirely what the brand entails.
Karla Spetic has a very cheeky way of playing with different colours, textures and shapes that lends it an almost childish and daydreamy air but its chic simplicity ensures that it does not become un-sophisticated. It caters for the little girl inside each of us who likes to squeal with delight at candy hues and yet it also caters for the chic fashionista who knows how to handle her own style. No wonder her ‘10 Autumn/Winter collection was titled “Dreamer”.
Karla Spetic two ways by crossthat featuring ankle pants
I just love her two toned cardis. Wear it with a cute little skirt and you get something casual and girly. Wear it with impeccably tailored slim black pants, fierce accessories and towering studded heels and you get to prevent your outfit from making you look too hard and cold.
Not every Karla Spetic piece is suitable for everyone. Whilst her clothes have designs and cuts to marvel at adoringly, I can imagine that it might not fit with everyone’s style philosophy. But her ability to turn heads without fail is a quality that one can definitely lust after.
Written by Monica of crossthat.com
australian fashion is so good. everyday i keep finding these really interesting designers, and i keep falling in love with their work.
this is soo gorg!!
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I think, quite often when designers want to create strong shapes, they chose darker-hued or vibrant-colored fabrics. I like that Karla Spetic turns that philosophy on it’s head and proves that interesting garments can be created in soft, pale shades as well. Plus, the draped coat with cut-outs is gorgeous!
lovely designer! thanks for posting-X