When asked about her spring collection, Particia stated, “Spring is about colors and being comfortable wearing colors. Strong color. The mixing of colors, complimentary colors like magenta and the sunset, the golden rod, the orange and the azure and the spring green. Also, the graphic quality of black and white the positive and the negative of all colors it is a timeless combo and it looks better than ever when mixed in the same garment.”
“It’s about shapes that are fresh and new, yet have a timeless quality. The sheath, done in a new way, the blouse done a new way and an importance in a women’s vocabulary that she is comfortable trying a new shape in a blouse for instance.”
One of my favorite looks from her collection was the below pintuck sheath dress (available in gold and charcoal) – whether it’s on a mannequin or on a model, it looks very chic. The fit is just about perfect.
Enjoy a few more looks from the collection and an interview with Designer, Patricia Clyne
About Helios & Luna
Modern, feminine and luxurious Helios & Luna fashions spring from Patricia Clyne’s creative mind. She’s a visionary designer who believes in delighting the eye with fresh color and surprising silhouettes, while providing impeccable quality and fit. Patricia insists on the best for our customers. She knows what great looks like, having served as design director for the Oscar by Oscar de la Renta line for a decade prior to joining Helios & Luna.
A member of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, Patricia began making her own clothes at the age of 10. Before she turned 25, she launched her own company, saw her creations celebrated in Vogue, sold in the finest stores, including Saks Fifth Avenue and Bergdorf Goodman, and sought after by the Smithsonian Institution for its Costume Collection.
Today, Patricia dedicates her talents to elevating the Helios & Luna brand — bringing our customers chic separates, smart suiting, whimsical sportswear and stunning occasion dressing. She says she takes as much inspiration from conversations with her girlfriends as she does from what’s new on Parisian runways. “My muse is the well-dressed woman. Anywhere I see her, I take note.”