SPRING 2007 COLLECTION
NAUTICAL NOSTALGIA MEETS ROMANTIC REVERIE
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USA - Philippe Adec’sSpring 2007 collection represents modern American sportswear displaying an era of romance and nostalgia. The line opens with the aura of merchant marine featuring iridescent navy, and shades of savory silver and ecru. Period pieces are favored and appeal to a woman’s passion for style. This collection carries on the signature silhouettes with the sophistication Philippe Adec is known for while creating the essential allure that radiates femininity.
Philippe Adec begins with basic separates, such as crisp striped button downs, scoop-neck knits and base cloth suiting to create a progressive uniformed theme. Clean lines are influenced by easy nautical looks. Cotton cable knits and men’s wear inspired pieces are key while still looking feminine. Rich leather jackets and chic silk georgette remains staple pieces. Cotton reappears in voile, linen and poplin. Forties euphoria is replayed through cropped jackets, Jersey knit polka-dot dresses, and pleated shorts of varying lengths. Shades of rose, white gold and olive compliment the textures of tweed, silk and hand-embroidered cotton. Shift dresses and fuller skirts relax the overall feel of the collection making it attainable glamour. The Spring 2007 collection embodies the season with related separates and layering pieces that get back to the ultra feminine fashion. The Philippe Adec woman’s femininity will radiate this Spring when nautical nostalgia meets romantic reverie.
Philippe Adec’s Spring 2007 preview is now available for editorial consideration. For further information, please contact Kara Hughett via email at Kara@workhousepr.com or by telephone at 212-645-8006.
The name Philippe Adec has been synonymous with classic sensibilities and unbelievable fit since its inception in 1976. Always with its finger on the pulse of fashion, the Philippe Adec collection consistently delivers perfect cut, colors and details at precisely the right moment, keeping its devoted tastemaker customer always ahead of the trend. Each garment unlocks a certain “je ne sais quoi” which one can only describe as quintessentially French while catering to the needs of modern American women. The brand was built on the principle that the clothes should never wear the woman; that to be chic, one must concentrate on the details. Philippe Adec loyalists know that without question each skirt will fall at the most flattering point and the pants will give movement to the legs. Suddenly sexy, these intricacies are the key to the famous house of Adec. Formerly based in Paris, Philippe Adec relocated to New York under the ownership of Morelle Products Limited in order to bring modern, chic fashions back to America. Adopting a European sensibility to the American reality, that is the new spirit of Philippe Adec.