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Creating pieces that represent the current season is a difficult task for any designer, but Jade Sarita Arnott of Australian label Arnsdorf has stepped up to the task in designing a collection that traverses both seasons and eras.

In the lookbook for 1979, Arnsdorf’s Northern Hemisphere s/s 2012 and Southern Hemisphere f/w 2012, Arnott has reached into her past to create pieces that reference history—both globally and personally.

“Nineteen seventy-nine was the year that I was born so I have a special affiliation and curiosity about it,” she told us. “I’m interested in the way events, environment and experiences can be inherited in to one’s memory and personality before even being born. Research and references that come specifically from the year 1979 are weaved though out the collection and are reinterpreted into a modern Arnsdorf aesthetic.”

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Lucifer in the Sky with Diamonds’ starts with a crisp base colour palette of white, blues and greys, accented with saturated block colour and prints. Cottons and linens are diffused with smooth silks and cupro blends showcasing unexpected structure and unconventional draping. Lucifer’s Diamond is seen throughout the collection in heavy metallic embroidery form as applied to the front of sand washed fabrication and in the lazer cut diamond detail of the stretch silk basics.

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