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taylor presents its new autumn/winter 2015 collection, Collision. This collection draws inspiration from the entirely different shaped forms of noughts and crosses on a tic-tac-toe board and the way they interact; creating linear collisions.

Collision adapts the linear contrasts used in previous seasons and realigns them to focus on the interaction between two like objects that work either in parallel or come from opposing planes and collide. The collection focuses on redefining the classic winter silhouette by cocooning the body in warm wools, knits and beautifully draped silks.

Designer Vicki Taylor was also inspired by the linear parallel lines and geographic markings on topographical maps that mould across contours and give shape and dimension to flat planes.

“I was also interested in the opposing ways a blonde and a brunette approach their wardrobe. They start at different points but often there are pieces that work on both women, yet they often want to achieve different outcomes,” she says.

Translating these opposing sides of the collection, the campaign features two of New Zealand’s most well-known faces, models Kelvin and Ella.

With a dark and moody feel, the Collision collection introduces dark stormy blues and inky navys to taylor’s colour palette. These tones are highlighted and juxtaposed against the shades of white and cream. As the season progresses the colour palette deepens, replacing soft cream and dust colourways with rosewood and icebox blue, and finally these colours merge into dark tones of deep merlot, ink and charcoal grey.

Collision arrives in store from the end of February 2015, with a capsule preview collection available from the end of January.

taylor

taylor is a leading New Zealand fashion brand that fosters individual creativity and experimentation, while ensuring garments are incredibly wearable.

The boutique brand, established by designer Vicki Taylor in 1999, is perfect for the time-challenged woman. The striking and yet practical clothing allows the wearer to easily create individual styles that compliment their mood and personality. Elegant and fashionable, taylor garments are superbly designed and manufactured in New Zealand with incredible skill and dedication.

Vicki Taylor grew up in a fashion industry family and is passionate and continually inspired by fabrics and textural combinations. Frequent trips to Europe and Japan allow her to source high-quality, leading edge fabrics from some of the best mills in the world. Vicki places great emphasis on impeccable tailoring, fabrication and attention to detail.

Set in a boutique fashion environment, she ensures that garments are limited edition (not mass produced), made from the best fabrics and finished with flair. taylor is fully designed and manufactured in New Zealand and is a strong supporter of the local New Zealand manufacturing industry.

taylor is only available through their own boutiques and online store.

To see their beautiful and practical garments, visit one of their stores in Newmarket, Britomart, Ponsonby, Wellington or online.

http://www.taylorboutique.co.nz/

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