Raquel Allegra created the perfect Pre-Fall’16 collection that you can wear now and in the fall. Slouchy blazer’s, A-line dresses, and her signature-shredded tees make for great layering pieces with both of your seasoned wardrobes. Everything of course features her signature the dye print, which is never overdone and always easy to style. This season she explored the possibilities of using one technique and color story across fabrications.
Raquel Allegra Pre-Fall16 is now available in-store! New styles are coming soon to LaReeBoutique.com!
Linen Swing Duster | Linen Drawstring Pants
Boxy TeeCrop Tee
Short Sleeve Fitted Dress
Crinkle Shirt Dress Shredded Back CardiganEasy Pants Sleeveless Bell Dress
It is hard to believe holiday collections are already hitting stores. But with Raquel Allegra Holiday we are excited to welcome her soft tee’s, beautiful tops, cardigans, and signature tye dye pieces. This collection features deep hues of soft blue, green, and purple.
With Fall and the season of layering here, we know each piece from Raquel Allegra will be a go-to for seasons to come.
Don’t be a stranger, and stop by the store this week to check out all of the new arrivals for Fall. Since it is Reward week, it is also the perfect time to shop new collections, and spend your La Ree Reward dollars.
New A.L.C. Fall’15 has landed at La Ree! This season, the brand gave us little black dresses, fully fashioned knits, and tye dye prints. We are loving our recent arrivals from the brand, and definitely excited to see what comes next. Shop new styles in store and online, or call us about sizes: 425-453-7868.
| Marlon Top || Abe Sweater || Song Blouse || Charlotte Dress |
When Raquel Allegra first discovered the technique behind the ethereal cobwebby shredding that would become one of her brand’s hallmarks, the activity became a compulsion. “I was doing it in the car, on planes…” Perhaps she’s exorcised that particular urge. With her Fall ’14 and Spring ’15 collections, the designer has stepped further away from this method of deconstruction—but is finding plenty of other ways to exercise what’s clearly a deep love for the process and physicality of creating her clothes. During the Paris collections, To Live and Dye in L.A., an installation featuring some of the fruits of her labors, opened at the Marais store Merci.
This season saw further exploration of her stellar tie-dyed cashmere pieces, with light distressing around the edges. She toyed with more exuberant color combos (pink, yellow, and black were a surprisingly sophisticated fit) and striping atop sweaters and sweatpants. Cool crocheted slips were new here. Allegra has a preternaturally keen instinct for layering, and styles like these are enough to inspire even the reluctant to give it a whirl; those crocheted pieces looked particularly nice peeking out from under peasant dresses. Denim trousers and a jacket made their debut, handled in a way that felt utterly at home among Allegra’s vocabulary of hemp and silk.