It’s important to remember the rest of America is enduring freezing weathers and William Bradley’s collection is sure to help them brave the storm. The designers, William Bradley and Rodney Jones brought us wool and suede to the runway, something Los Angeles is scarce of.
The collection had a revitalized look from the mid 1900’s with knee length dresses and A-line silhouettes. William Bradley articulates a modest look to the collection by understanding the structure and movement of the female form. They use elements of layering and length to bring attention the clothing, rather than the female form.
Worn on each model is a ribbon around their necks, a small accessory that fit their girl who is, “concerned with the details of her look and meticulously plans her wardrobe to feel as sophisticated and as chic as she is.”
William Bradley had a lot of movement within the pieces through cape-like backs. This kept the front the main subject but continued to engage us as the models walked away.
We are taken along the journey with William Bradley as they explore different materials, silhouettes and colors. The gentlemen bring an element of surprise with such a diverse collection, captivating us through their whole show.
By: Samantha Minsk
Photography by: @HagopPhoto
Chandia Brennen is a Certified Image Consultant and CEO of ItsGood2bME Fashion Consulting and Image Management based in Los Angeles CA, Chandia has been in the Fashion industry for over four years. She has worked for dozens of publications and holds the title of Senior Fashion Editor in both LA and NY. Chandia is a fashion scout for a Design Agency in NY and Brand Ambassador for HairEverywhere Luxury.