A cold and rainy spring has taken its toll on Northern Europeans, and none other than Pierre Mahéo marked the end of the bad weather by adding a rainbow of colors to his favorite shades of grey, navy, brown and black.
The designer also wanted to push the boundaries this season and offer her clients more than the neutral, monochromatic look that has become her signature. „I’ve taken off my blinders and I’m no longer designing just for myself, but for a variety of clients,” said the designer.
The collection was full of clean lines and bold color blocking. Maheo wore khaki shirts and jackets with dark purple pants or shorts, and a thin, burnt orange blouse tucked into the waist of a thin gray skirt.
A tone-on-tone teal suit brims with the joy of spring, with a sprinkling of green from the top pocket. Baby blue coated cotton pajama suits recalled seaside umbrellas, while a purple madras ensemble was equally breezy.
Maheo refused to give up his beloved neutrals. She wore a white tank top and frosted cream-colored jacket, layering a camel cardigan over a white tank and pants.
Another ensemble showcased four slightly different shades of gray, one of Mahio’s all-time favorite colors that never leave his personal rainbow.
„Totalny pionier w sieci. Specjalista od piwa niezależny. Ewangelista popkultury. Miłośnik muzyki. Nieprzepraszający przedsiębiorca”.