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Mathieu MiranoFall Winter 2014 New York

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2/11/2014 Natalie Cantell

The inspiration for Mirano's AW14 collection? Merging the crown jewels of the royal family with hardcore motorcycle gangs. If you expect this to mean a lot of leather you’d be absolutely right, but don’t assume you’ve seen it all before. Here, Mirano achieved what I’ve longed for from leather for seasons: tailored looks encapsulating interesting silhouettes that manage to at once remain sleek and remain on the form-flattering side of sexy.

His interpretations of classic leather pieces were near perfection, a grey three piece leather look the first clue as to how cool a vision existed within this refined collection. When a metallic cropped jacket and skirt combo arrived, suspicions of a spectacular show were confirmed - these are the moments to savor, when a good collection goes somewhere it easily might not have in order to become great.

Featuring an exquisite palate - black, white, slate grey, silver, lilac with just a hint of dusky metallic pink and touch of blue - Mirano has discovered on very early how monochrome looks allow for appreciation without distraction. Finely edited accessories added to the drama, namely cropped motorcycle gloves and sporadic eyewear in the form of square aviators with a gradient lens.

While a couple of tailored black looks early on could have been excluded without effect, the vast majority were exquisite and well executed. Cocoon-like shapes - a knee-length coat, a sweater and skirt ensemble - were juxtaposed with harder leather lines to create diverse silhouettes, which flared towards the dramatic when Mirano’s furs began to appear.

The fact this bonafide talent is 22 years old is exceptional, even more so considering his inclination towards the genuinely luxurious world.

Edited by Ed Kavishe

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2/11/2014 Natalie Cantell

The inspiration for Mirano's AW14 collection? Merging the crown jewels of the royal family with hardcore motorcycle gangs. If you expect this to mean a lot of leather you’d be absolutely right, but don’t assume you’ve seen it all before. Here, Mirano achieved what I’ve longed for from leather for seasons: tailored looks encapsulating interesting silhouettes that manage to at once remain sleek and remain on the form-flattering side of sexy.

His interpretations of classic leather pieces were near perfection, a grey three piece leather look the first clue as to how cool a vision existed within this refined collection. When a metallic cropped jacket and skirt combo arrived, suspicions of a spectacular show were confirmed - these are the moments to savor, when a good collection goes somewhere it easily might not have in order to become great.

Featuring an exquisite palate - black, white, slate grey, silver, lilac with just a hint of dusky metallic pink and touch of blue - Mirano has discovered on very early how monochrome looks allow for appreciation without distraction. Finely edited accessories added to the drama, namely cropped motorcycle gloves and sporadic eyewear in the form of square aviators with a gradient lens.

While a couple of tailored black looks early on could have been excluded without effect, the vast majority were exquisite and well executed. Cocoon-like shapes - a knee-length coat, a sweater and skirt ensemble - were juxtaposed with harder leather lines to create diverse silhouettes, which flared towards the dramatic when Mirano’s furs began to appear.

The fact this bonafide talent is 22 years old is exceptional, even more so considering his inclination towards the genuinely luxurious world.

Edited by Ed Kavishe


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