Zoë Jordan Spring/Summer 2015

David Bologna, Beauty and Style Editor

British-born Zoë Jordan knows a thing or two about adventure. Having traveled the globe living in cities like New York, Andalucia, Hong Kong and her hometown of London, Jordan’s collections carry an elevated wearability that makes them an instant touch of polish. In this Spring/Summer 2015 collection, her debut at New York Fashion Week, Jordan presented an unconventional collection of icy-inspired, urban-desired looks.

Her fascination with masculinity, spurring from her love of moto racing, manifested in lengthy Savile Row suits printed in a pattern of her name. Perhaps the logo-mania of this fall will carry to next season.

Rounding the collection out with femininity, an asymmetrical wrapped skirt dress in sky blue featured raffia weaving complete with cracked leather, calling to mind the fragmented stillness of frozen glaciers. Foil-coated sweaters blocked with frosted tan cashmere ran like liquid silver over sand while three-dimensional jacquards shone in metallics across cropped-sleeve cinched dresses and supple leather shorts.

Reflecting the natural landscapes of untraditional spring terrains, Zoë Jordan infused an icy chill into the heart of her seasonal girl – too cool for spring in the greatest of ways.

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