When it comes to lady-like clothing, Barbara Tfank is a champion. A go-to name for vintage-looking couture textiles, the Tfank look is well put together and ever so complementary. Enjoy Barbara Tfank Fall 2013…
Barbara Tfank Fall 2013: Ottoman influence
Ms. Tfank sought inspiration in the Ottoman Empire’s decadent textiles and Henri Matisse’s Odalisque in Red Pants. Her line-up, as usual, embraced colorful brocades that she sharply cut into flattering ensembles.
When it comes to fit and visual impact, Barbara Tfank knows a thing or two about creating a little drama while keeping her clients happy. Her many years in the film industry gave her the tricks of the trade. She knows how to complement a woman’s body by focusing attention on specific areas, while deflecting attention from others.
To seal that indelible luxury touch, fox and Asiatic raccoon were dyed to complement the rich textiles they were matched with. Cuffs and stoles were everywhere adding to the sophistication of her looks – as were a few shrug jackets.