In the past, Milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre’s scarves have taken inspiration from Americana landscapes, 19th century Matisse paintings and TVs and trash bags. This season, designers Amelie Charroin and Marie Colin-Madan are pulling all the way back though and revisiting landscapes by way of Google Earth bird's eye views. Their spring collection, dubbed NEO GEO, is a quirky geometric take on different terrains, from Island life to secluded cabins on the edge of the woods. They've also added bags to the mix that beautifully show off their new prints. Check out the lookbook below and read up on the French duo in our 2012 feature.
Milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre Maps Google Earth on to Silk Scarves
The French design duo revisit landscapes and debut handbags in their spring 2014 collection, dubbed NEOGEO.
March 07, 2014