Flattering silhouettes, vivid colors, and out-of-the-box prints. Class and sophistication meet bold and fun details. All these and more describe the fabulous ensemble that leading women’s clothes brand Plains and Prints has assembled for its Pre-Fall Collection.
Conceptualized by topnotch designer and Plains & Prints Creative Director Rhett Eala with the unique and sophisticated Plains and Prints woman in mind, the Pre-Fall Collection was unveiled at a tea party at the new Plains and Prints store, located on the 5th Level of Shangri-la Plaza Mall, EDSA, Mandaluyong City, with no less than the Plains and Prints woman herself – Anne Curtis. The Plains and Prints Pre-Fall Collection is composed of four sets of off-the-rack ensembles that range from the playful, to the romantic, to the sophisticated.
Especially made for girly-girls is the Fleur de Lis collection. Giving off a romantic and very feminine vibe inspired by this year’s color, radiant orchid pink, Fleur de Lis uses different methods of printing to create interesting effects on the fabric in vibrant shades of fuchsia, purple, peach, and pink.
Inspired by the warm autumn sunshine is the California Dreamin’ collection. In pretty shades of pink and green, the collection features shift dresses, waist dresses, and pants popping out with dainty details. The collection is tailor-fit for women who like a more natural vibe yet still want to look polished and professional.
Cosmopolitan ladies will certainly go for the Uptown Girl collection. Inspired by no less than the ultimate uptown girl herself – actress and style icon Audrey Hepburn – this collection features feminine silhouettes with glamorous, rich details in bold shades of blues, yellows, and oranges. It goes without saying that this collection is pure style and grace, much like Audrey.
Meanwhile, the Flights of Fancy collection features a twist on a classic wardrobe staple – the button down polo shirt. Repurposing it to something fun and fancy, in vibrant prints and interesting colors, the regular button-down shirt becomes trendier.