“It’s up to us to inspire,” mentioned Fred Segal Flair retailer turned designer Jeannine Braden. “Sweatpants are in our DNA,” defined the creator of Los Angeles modern model Le Superbe, “but where are the fun clothes? We have to lead the way.”
Braden is feeling the Roaring ’20s want to dress-for-excess. So the perpetually Venice, Calif., surf- and skater-inspired designer headed to Hollywood for resort, with items which are able to social gathering, maybe on the new Sunset Boulevard membership with Jazz Age vibes, The Britely.
The look: Cosmic 2020s with nods to astrology, numerology, tarot and Bowie.
Standout items: Rhinestone-embroidered denims and cutoff jean shorts (embellished denim is again!); crystal scattered, moody blue tie-dye cashmere sweater; “Hidden gems” gemstone print pencil skirts and bow blouses; feathered and beaded flapper minidresses; solar or moon-embroidered velvet gown minidresses; cosmic rainbow sequin motif knife-pleated skirt; “Chakra Khan” cardigan jacket; “Malibu days and Hollywood nights” music playlist T-shirt.
The takeaway: Braden’s witty, tongue-in-cheek slogans and insider L.A. references add one thing further to the modern trend medium, making Le Superbe a spirit information.