It looks like the models just stepped off their private jet from a much sexier, 60’s decade - albeit with more neon pink and orange. Parsons grad Andrea Diodati’s Electric Love Light presentation makes you think happy thoughts, it may be from the peppy colors and heart-shaped, pom-pom bag, or the wine served to attendees, or whatever else they may be on (this is NYC). For me, it was the pink, pastel, feminine, and sometimes child-like cuts that made it all rainbows and sunshine.
I quite like some of the outfits, and would wear them myself. Though I could see these pieces working with high-waisted black jeans and other darker basics to balance out for a more wearable, everyday look. For the bolder types, this Canadian’s whimsical line will show off it’s wearer’s playful side.
Recently, the Toronto native has been featured on Sundance channel’s On the Line with Joe Zee. From dressing up in her Grandma’s closet, selling from a boutique in her McGill Uni. dorm room, tough love from Elle magazine’s Zee on national television, she’s now got a line in Anthropologie stores.
Check out the Electric Love Light presentation below, and tell me know how you’d wear it!