Trench coats, shirt dresses and culottes - Tome's offering today was beautifully feminine without being overtly so. The collection appropriated typically masculine pieces by giving them a ladylike reworking - belted with wide black ribbons, adorned with just the right amount of lace and paired with pale pink, lavender blue and delicate beading. The result is a collection brimming with beautiful basics in to-die-for shapes and fabrics.
Classic white in classic shapes - consider white on white your look for spring. Crisply starched, the shirting's sculptural sleeves gave the look a modern silhouette.
Long lines are dominating the MBFWA runway so far - and I love them on this black sleeveless trench. Models wore them belted with black ribbon or flowing loose.
Nothing spells spring like lavender blue. At Tome it breathed life into the mainly monochromatic collection, in the form of flowing culottes and matching smock top.
Time to borrow from your boyfriend's wardrobe again? Tome showed man-style striped shirt dresses in oh-so-soft fabrics that skimmed the body beautifully.
Tome's loosely tailored trenches wowed the Fashion Week crowd, worn over pants and cinched at the waist with a big black bow. Striking black or white neck ties were a powerful accessory to each look.
Molten black silk satin swathed from head to toe - modern perfection.