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Brokenfab AW15

Brokenfab AW15

By: Karsyn Dorsey

“Textile printing is where I belong; it is my house, it is my home,” Fabienne Morel.

Brokenfab is a lifestyle brand by the Swiss designer Fabienne Morel. If you haven’t ever heard of this brand, you are missing out on some passionate pieces. Morel has a tendency for creating pieces that feature beading, dancing, and textiles that is evident in her Brokenfab’s AW15 collection. The collection features delicate beaded pieces as well as fun textile printed clothes. The brilliant colours and patterns may be just what your wardrobe needs this fall.

Rocailles is defined as an 18th century artistic or architectural style of decoration. It is also defined as a tiny ornamental bead. In the case of The Haus Collection, both of these definitions stand true. These intricate Rocailles pieces are edgy and distinctive. The geometric shapes and energetic colors of these pieces is what draws such attention and might makes me want to own a pair right now (although I would have to give up a week of groceries to afford a pair.)

The Swiss designer, Fabienne Morel, stated “Textile printing is where I belong; it is my house, it is my home.”

The influence of the prints comes from Italian architect and designer Ettore Sottsas’s sketches of architecture. The collection has a simple feel to it regardless of all the prints. The prints are clean and have a repetition of minimal prints. The garments are bright, energetic, and colorful.

The collection is fun and mild. The garments are not too bold yet still make a statement. If you're dying for a piece of this beaded jewelry, head over to www.brokenfab.com to view the selection. As for the clothing garments, you will have to patiently wait for next season to roll around.