Fall 2015 continues the conversation about the beauty of aircraft mechanics as it meets ethereal ideas of flight. The opening look, an aerial view jacquard short sleeve sheath with mesh zipper trim insets, evokes a feeling of calm having reached a cruising altitude of 35,000 feet. No cocktails needed to relax in this scenario. This dress is timeless yet thoroughly modern. The incessant kicking to the back of your seat is merely a figment of your imagination. The flight continues as you recline and are entertained by a new found sensibility of a faux fur jacket with crystal hardware embellishments paired with crepe separates.
It’s apparent that edge and ease can rest comfortably in the same urbane Tadashi Shoji look. As you are about to be lulled to sleep by the quiet hum of the plane’s engines, a bevy of sleek and elegant crepe styles in the classic color palette of black, white, and navy make their way down the aisle. A column gown with feather motif appliqué, a cape top paired with a floor length crepe skirt, a long sleeve draped cowl back gown, and a navy short sleeve gown with embellished shoulder feather appliqué remind you that the brand continually offers au courant answers to omnipresent concerns such as arm coverage.
Dreams start to take the shape of wondrous airy artisan designs. A hand cut tulle and silk organza feathered tea-length dress with a feather-motif embroidered bodice or an equally alluring, strapless gown with feather embroidered appliqué pleated bodice will ensure statement making entrances to any future formal affairs.
As you are gently awakened by the overhead lights, final images of flight come to mind. The engines are slightly louder now as you start your descent. A tulle halter gown with gear -motif embroidered appliqué and a plunge neck feather –motif embroidered appliqué gown remind you that lightness is a subtraction of weight.
Exhale and breathe a sigh of relief as you have landed safely. Thank you for allowing me to stow away on your journey. Take flight this season in Tadashi Shoji! Until next time…