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2014 Resort Review: Akris

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2014 Resort Review: Akris

Akris’s 2014 Resort line is looking textural, angular and sophisticated. Unusual blocking, traces of tulle and bright colors run throughout the collection. Bolder colors are starting to pop-up in rougher materials. Keep an eye out for pastel leathers and so forth in Spring 2014 trends.

Albert Kriemler, of Akris, is said to have found his inspiration in Mexico’s architecture and the geometric structure of his own home. Personally, I found this year’s collection to be a bit tamer + safer than years past. But, given Kriemler’s stellar fashion history – we’ll hold out on judgement!

photo credit: wwd.com

photo credit: wwd.com

photo credit: wwd.com

photo credit: wwd.com

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I’m a commission garment and soft-goods designer. I create high-end garments for private clients, exclusively. I have an undergraduate degree in Graphic design from Parsons School of Design and Virginia Commonwealth University; and a graduate degree in Industrial Design from NCSU. I compete on a national level in competitive fashion arts. I have a very divergent work history and I look for inspiration absolutely everywhere!

Recent accomplishments: featured designer on Lifetime Television Spring 2012, headlined Charleston Fashion Week 2011.

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I'm a commission garment and soft-goods designer. I create high-end garments for private clients, exclusively. I have an undergraduate degree in Graphic design from Parsons School of Design and Virginia Commonwealth University; and a graduate degree in Industrial Design from NCSU. I compete on a national level in competitive fashion arts. I have a very divergent work history and I look for inspiration absolutely everywhere! Recent accomplishments: featured designer on Lifetime Television Spring 2012, headlined Charleston Fashion Week 2011.

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