New York Fashion Week with Mémère

Sugar and spice and all things nice is one way to put Mémère's Fall 2017 collection. Being this is Sarah Julia LeBlanc's first collection she made her lacy feminine point loud and clear. The inspiration for the collection reaches back to the 19th century and the works of French Romantics with Degas being a major muse. Black, cream and tan is the color trio of the collection. Lace, chiffon and delicate bows weave their way throughout the looks. Ruffles adorn blouse collars and cuffs, and make an appearance on the hem of pants. White roses are strewn around models wearing ballet flats that lace up around the ankle. Fresh face models gave off an air of innocence similar to the overall vibe of the collection, with a tiny hint of bad girl mixed in.





Designer Sarah Julia LeBlanc with models



















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