5:31 Jérôme Spring/Summer 2014

September 9, 2013

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On the fifth floor of the Inglot Studio, 5:31 Jérôme’s Spring/Summer Women’s collection dazzled an active audience.  With the continuous noise of birds chirping and Beyonce’s “1+1” playing, models stood on a grass covered riser amidst pink petals in matching shoes adorned with small leaves.

The models’ makeup was doll-like with soft pink lips and smooth and shiny foundation.  Each model had long, darkened brows that were slightly teased, yet still elegant, as was the hair and winged eyeliner.

Jérôme features much pastel pink, white, olive, and emerald green in a variety of ways.  Models wore baseball caps decked out in pink carnations, crop tops with oversized blazers, and loose, rolled pants covered in jewels.  Sequins made an appearance on the long, pastel skirts, and each look of the collection seemed to have a flowing, free feel about them.

The audience raved over one ensemble comprised of a white sweater and matching skirt with just a crescent of pink and yellow flowers over one side of the chest.
Jérôme’s creations give off a pleasant, inviting vibe, embodying the epitomic look of summertime.

Christina Sahli is a contributing writer. Email her at bstyle@nyunews.com.

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