The classic luxury of cashmere has always been Tse’s trademark. In recent seasons, the company looked to Obama favorite Jason Wu to bring in high fashion to the line. For Fall 2011, they went back to their roots: wearable, impeccable and exquisitely made.
The clothing that was presented was a thoughtful, edited collection of fall color basics. The design team started with Pierre Cardin as the key inspiration. There were greys, forest green, navy, brown and ivory. There were slim pants, long draped jackets. Dresses and skirts were also slim and long. The sweater knits were chunky and cozy. There was a chenille-type yarn, cables and textured knits. The brushed double faced cashmere was two-toned and reversible.
The jewelry was commissioned from Brian Crumley. The pieces were contemporary, but very simple.
Photos by Mariana Leung