Less is More: Suzanne Rae’s Minimalist Looks Draw a Crowd at New York Fashion Week

by , 09/16/12
filed under: Design, Ecouterre

minimalism, women’s wear, neutrals, color clock, silk sheath, Suzanne Rae, New York Fashion Week, Francesca Woodman, historical inspiration to fashion, female photographer, women’s studies, women’s duality role, Ecouterre, Designer Suzanne Rae’s simple, strong collection looks bold and uncomplicated on the surface, but there’s a second-tier to the monochromes, neutrals and color block. Rae’s 2013 collection was inspired by the work of photographer Francesca Woodman. Woodman, who spent much of her career studying the multifaceted role of women, makes for a complex homage in Rae’s latest collection.


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