The clothes are indeed feminine but also retain a sense of its masculine counterpart. The combination of silk and linen cargos, crocheted bikinis fitted under sheer and safari ready jumpsuit separates, made for that perfect adventure that most women face when it comes to spring cleaning.
That one time of year you open up the closet and say “I have nothing to wear!”
Les Copains might have solved that problem, all in one sitting.
The white sheer tops with flower accents makes for a season staple piece, one that could build up an entire spring wardrobe around. The utility styled cargo pocket tops also fit nicely with the overtly exposed bralettes; they too could influence an entire shopping trip.
The intricacy of the open weaved knits is something the company has rooted in its history. It’s one of the many reasons Les Copains keeps dabbling these crocheted and knitted themed masterpieces into their designs every season.
While the designs by themselves are effectively fitting for the desires of the current laid-back fashionista, the styling aspect found on the runway helps radiate a sense of effortless – that thrown together glamour— a style that all women are assured to get from this brand.
No matter what direction you’re choosing this spring— going with the flow of last springs closet or updating to a knit over sheer look—the venture of a lifetime will always be at your disposure.
Les Copains is just making it a bit easier for women to obtain that reality, one collection at a time.
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Tyler J. Drinnen, is the Founder and Editor in Chief of iTEM MAGAZINE,
a freelance fashion writer, poet,
photographer and abstract visual content producer.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Media Studies from Sonoma State University, where he wrote a weekly Opinion Column For
The Star, dabbled with his own radio podcast format, titled Saturday Nite Scandal, and helped to create one of the first of 25 Professional Student Lead PR Firms in the USA.
From there on, he continued his work by interning with Sonoma Discoveries Magazine and then shortly after wrote and interned for Fashion School Daily, where he solidified his love for feature writing and working with emerging talents from around the world.
In December of 2016, he received an Honorary Master of Arts in Fashion Journalism from the Academy of Art University. And what an achievement that was, to be the first in his program to have graduated a full semester early. Bringing him to four degrees in a short five and a half years, nothing will stop him from bringing art to the eyes of many.
He has worked in the fashion industry for nearly a decade, from commercial retail management to corporate level ghost writing. Now - he the poet - T.J.D. takes his life public with the independent launch of the urban California lifestyle based fashion-art movement, iTEM MAGAZINE: A Platform For Rising Artists.