Lisa Perry imbues her designs with a consistent '60s mod aesthetic. The signature is straightforward from season to season, but this doesn't prevent her collections from being wholly enjoyable.
The graphic color blocking that reigned the Spring 2013 collection looked even more so to the future than the past. The vibrant hues in clean geometrics update influences of the past. Fabrics appear wondrously weightless and loose A-line silhouettes are tailored to the liking of a 21st century girl.
Color palettes here are refreshing: ovals of bubblegum pink, tangerine and cerulean give a graphic pop to a lemon-tinted backdrop.
The pop appeal continues with the introduction of the collection's single print design: galactic shapes against a stark white. The print is a fun interlude from minimalist solid hues, but it leaves something to be desired.
It should be noted that the models for the presentation wore the clothes well, with an air of youthful sophistication. A fresh-faced brunette was the perfect choice for a simple green and blue shift dress, my favorite piece from the collection.
I liked the clothes in this collection, and I hope to see Perry push herself beyond the limits of her style.
View the collection in its entirety here.
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