Henry Holland was clearly thinking about the '90s when he designed his Spring 2013 collection. The spirit of that decade was present in everything from his liberal use of tie-dye, small-scale florals, and checkered prints to the shapes sent down the runway. A slip dress in a brown-and-purple brocade featured a crossbody spaghetti strap that was a timely update of the '90s classic, while peplums on midriff tops and dresses pointed to the baby-doll dress. The season's requisite neon colors and sheer fabrics were there, too, brightening and lightening up the gentle hints of grunge spotted on oversize shirts and motorcycle jackets.
House of Holland Spring 2013
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