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Monday, March 23, 2015

Spontaneous Now S/S 2015 Review... for early arrivals

All about the New, the Fresh, and resonating life-force Toile La La's Spontaneous Now S/S 2015 Spring Collection is inspired by sprouting cotyledons, glaucous blue-green stem clusters, and spiraling shoots emerging from the good tilth of the Tres Petit Trianon Garden.  Think of crisp Spring air scintillating with energetic vibrancy, chill rain on fresh-cut grass, chirping birds, beads of dew on buds and blooms, lively breezes.  Spontaneous Now represents the spontaneity of earth yielding organic life.  Newness, potential.  Three garments anchor the Spontaneous Now collection: chic shell blouses with darts for shape... one an elegant halter style to accentuate shoulders, the other with an alluring cowl-neck feature at back - and, a sleek pencil skirt with waist darts and a lady-like knee-length made for walking ease.  Finishing touches are lovely hats of filigree straw which cast a lacy shadow - and practical pumps with a retro heel.  The delightful detail: shoe heels fitted with aquatubes to display fragrant flowers.

For this Spontaneous Now 2015 collection Toile La La has imagined a fragrance concept too - Jardiner - with the following scent notes:
  • clean smell of fresh-cut grass
  • bit of cedar bark and pine
  • pure oxygen - cold, brisk, early A.M. fog
  • freshly-watered earth of a Spring garden
  • a hint of patchouli
  • a whiff of muguet des bois
  • a large sniff of bright, sweet, and tart Mutsu apple 
  • sticky wonderful watermelon nectar
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