The Bea Szenfelds autumn/winter collection is based upon chick and feminine garments with masculine details.
The inspiration comes from a novel “La garconne” written by Victor Marguerittes and published in 1922. The novel deals with the life of a young woman who decides to live life freely and on her own terms, this includes of course wearing man outfits. Although the theme is not particularly shocking in the present day, but at the time it was considered quite scandalous.
The colour scale of the collection is simple and neat: white, gray, dark brown and black together with a blue shade as a contrast.
The collection contains feminine dress suit shirts, tops with delicate draped sleeves and bows and tunics with Peter Pan collars. A pair of dungarees with a delicate feminine cut , a pair of wide legged culottes with clever vintage details and a raglan jacket with a hood and fake fur details. And of course a pair of tailored trousers with a classic finish.
Styling by Bea Szenfeld.