For Pre-Fall 2014, Harvey Faircloth’s Creative Director Christopher Rivers was energized with a sense of naturalness and iconoclasm. Using textured dark fabrics in transitional weights to signal a changing of the season, Rivers evoked the sensibility of a city girl with an enduring love of nature and the outdoors by using red, fuchsia and crisp white as the main color palette.
Ever-present in the collection is an exciting, inventive quality that blurs the line between the conventional and the unpredictable. Rugged elements are modernized and thus creating new classics for the metro girl.
Photos courtesy of Harvey Faircloth