Wear: Tracy Reese Spring 2013

American sportswear designer Tracy Reese got a huge amount of hype recently thanks to Michelle Obama wearing one of her dresses at the 2012 National Democratic Convention dress. That momentum carried over into Fashion Week with her showing of her Spring 2013  collection. What she produced was a completely wearable and colorful show filled with bright colors, movable fabrics, prints, and metallic and sequin embellishments. To keep the collection from going overboard, there were neutral colors as well to balance it out. The entire collection is wearable, I could see someone like Jessica Alba, someone who isn’t afraid of color, in any of these pieces.Another thing she should be applauded for is her use of diverse models. This rare use of diversity in fashion was perhaps sending a message that this collection is for everyone.

Photo Credit: style.com


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