Red, white and blue
American flag sequin
floor-length couture gown.
Camel faux suede bikini
with chain link belt.
Black lycra long sleeve
turtleneck jumpsuit with
open keyhole front and
Swarovski crystal chain
White men’s shirt with
French cuffs and dark gray
pinstripe pants with lace
Escada Shows Its Colors
In New Fashion Line
SCADA has sketched both an amusing and controversial psychological profile of the woman of today with its spring/summer 2002 collection. The cool businesswoman is not afraid of romantic walks.
Madonna, the transformation artist, has managed to make a cult out of changing roles. Escada offers everything it takes to let you do just that.
Wit, charm and irony, accented with rhinestones and sequins, are what the self-confident western girl uses to maker dreams of freedom and adventure come true.
The red, white and blue are playfully combined. Stars shine and stars glisten on tops, pants, bikinis and shimmering slim paillette skirts that go with midriff-revealing bustiers.
With her unerring feeling femininity and personal elegance, Jackie Kennedy would have loved the little short-waisted boucle suit, the jacquards with their crepe effect for sleeveless slim dresses with buttonless jackets.
Strong and mysterious with a touch of animalistic wildness – that’s how escada sees the power of woman in search of adventure.
African motifs, reminiscent of ritualistic tattoos, decorate tops, pants and skirts. Tiger and leopard prints dominate along with lavish wooden beads and black crescents.
Welcome back to the ‘60s. Escada splashes pink lettering over sexy, floral blouses, swinging cotton dresses with petticoats and lightweight dress-coat combinations.
There’s more. Visit Escada boutique at 715 Fifth Avenue, New York City.