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Wednesday March 5, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
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by nadine fernandez
Eclipse has created a casual and chic collection for spring/summer 2014.
The Eclipse Spring/Summer 2014 collection celebrates a sense of adventure and the freedom of fashion.
THIS season, Eclipse reaches out from the savage badlands with its wanderlust-themed collection.
Ideas are splintered as individuality is fostered through the various stylings for those who have a sense of adventure and a yearning to travel.
From ferocious wildlife explorations to the jungle rhythms and Masai-inspired abstractions; an unrelenting individualism shines through each piece.
Far from being primitive, the tribal undercurrent to the collection yields sophisticated results.
Images of a warrior princess that grapples a python are seen through the leather panels. In another design, the lacing from a Samurai’s armour reflects the global globetrotter that courts the Indochine jungle in slinky shapes and brilliant hues.
The collection is a stylish take on the world’s most extraordinary corners which have been allowed to flourish as the wilderness is distorted, reflected and magnified to fit new global proportions.
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