CAMILLA AND MARC’S new TRANSIENCE collection is a masterful offering of both bold and muted beauty
Masculine shapes crafted with delicate fabrications feature in the new Autumn/Winter collection – TRANSIENCE – from CAMILLA AND MARC, cementing the Australian brand’s decades of expertise in luxury womenswear.
Classic silhouettes meet clean cuts, while double lapels, shoulder pads, and menswear detailing bring structure for an alluring balance and equanimity.
There’s a successfully subtle dance between soft and sharp, masculine and feminine, with earthy natural tones punctuated by accents of colour including pastel green, chartreuse velvet, and gold knitwear.
Included in the new collection is an exclusive Khya print designed in-house and inspired by a 200-year-old Japanese hand drawing.
The effortless sense of ease, familiar to the CAMILLA AND MARC aesthetic, continues with deconstructed layers in tailored dresses, skirts with drop waists, blazers, and pants and luscious trench coats.
A graphic egg sculpture-inspired textured accoutrements that are applied onto imperfectly shaped silver brooches, designed to be styled back with tailoring. Additional accessories mirror beauty in their oddness in Wabi Sabi philosophy, including a white leather slide with an exaggerated square toe.
The first drop from TRANSIENCE is available now, with additional key pieces being dropped weekly.
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