Sally Lapointe AW19

Sally Lapointe AW19

“Fall 2019 drew style references from Elvis’ 1968 Comeback Special and applied them to modern day dressing.”

Represented by Karla Otto.

The Sally LaPointe Fall 2019 Collection was presented on Tuesday, February 12th at 11am in New York in Gallery I at Spring Studios. The set design featured large scaffolding structures that created illuminated tunnels, highlighting each look as it moved down the runway.

The collection’s attention to utilitarian yet feminine details with nods to clean menswear-inspired tailoring and strong silhouettes became a purposeful uniform for the modern woman that exudes confidence, attitude, and sex appeal. Snakeskin and leathers were found throughout and in a wide array of styles and treatments, including as a print on silk jacquard and embossed leather.

Sally Lapointe AW19

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Photos: Monica Feudi

Natural snakeskin, introduced for the first time, was tanned and embellished with the season’s zippers and 3D cargo-inspired pockets. Faux fur made its runway debut this season in two classic collared coats, while both dyed fox fur and dyed shearling appeared as bold, colorful statement pieces. The monochromatic looks, which drew focus to the clothing’s textural elements seen in chunky knits, striped stitched sequins, and smooth leather, were shown in black, ivory, jade, bronze, lavender, and rich oxblood red.


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