Oskar Metsavaht's spring 2014 collection was designed for the lavish beach babe. The Osklen show began with clean, tailored pieces in rich, solid primary colors. The collection then moved into opulent, fiesta-inspired striped, palm tree, and gemstone prints. Again we saw sheer garments and crop tops, but Osklen’s take was very futuristic. The fashion-forward looks on the runway included sharp, sheer layers that explored new angles of clothing. Layers in different prints created a geometric look of separates in a single piece. Models’ looks were finished with gemstone-shaped clutches, heels, and sunglasses in the same hue as what they wore down the runway. The overall looks of the collection were refreshingly simple and sophisticated with one major flaw. While the label is known for creating luxe fashion, many of the looks were downgraded with cheap, plastic additions on otherwise posh pieces.
Photos: Marcio Madeira