Ohne Titel Adds Sporty Mesh Panels to Flirty Silhouettes

For Spring '13, Ohne Titel executed its signature swishy-skirt silhouette in sporty mesh materials cut in geometric panels.

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After their debut in 2008, Parsons grads Alexa Adams and Flora Gill quickly rose to cult-favorite status. They're best known for rigid, form-fitting dresses and outrageous knits for their shared label, Ohne Titel.
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Now in their fourth year, the girls were exploring their own oeuvre for Spring '13. Short, tailored dresses with swishy skirts—like this look in cobalt blue—were a key theme of this collection.
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Likewise, color blocking has become something of a brand signature for Ohne Titel, but the look had a light, sporty twist for Spring '13, rendered in see-through mesh in sweeping geometric patterns.
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But there were still a few surprises this season: Swirling digital prints like the yellow and black iteration used on this short pencil skirt represented new territory for Adams and Gill.
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A few silhouettes were surprisingly pared down, like this drop-waist, black-and-white cocktail dress that had just a hint of a roaring '20s vibe.
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The best looks were those that combined sheer paneled mesh with Ohne's flirty, swishy-skirt silhouette. This black and white dress struck a perfect balance between sporty and sophisticated.
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Brand devotees will be happy to find new iterations of Ohne's asymmetrical moto jackets, which were reinvented this season in graphic black and white knits.
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The mesh panel motif was echoed in the brand's killer platform shoes, which featured criss-cross black ankle straps and a rounded black heel.
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Warm orange hues lent a cheerful mood to the otherwise cool color palette, which was composed primarily of blacks, whites and bold cobalt blues.
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While most pieces could work for everyday wear, the statement-making woven dresses in groovy graphic prints like this blue and turquoise number are sure hits among the brand's considerable editor clientele.
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