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In a collection combining late-seventies, British casual, Jay Ahr’s fall/winter 2014-15 presentation had some of the most unique, easy-to-wear fabrics. Materials of blended viscose, silk, cashmere, and cellophane created a hooded caban. Fabrics of ridged rubber and striped lacquered suede also made up a handful of the fall pieces.
Combos such as faux leathers and furs or denims, zipper teeth details, and fringe aplenty proved this material-focused collection could be edgy and chic all at once. The industrial zipper motifs most certainly upped each garment’s ante giving it the era’s tastefully risqué punk flavor.
With focus on a seductive silhouette, staple pieces included black knit sweaters, creamy faux fur coats, textured sport jackets, denim skirts, and long black dresses of fringed suede with darker hues and creamier tones.