by Melanie Kerr
Known for his modern and timeless designs, Joeffer Caoc didn’t disappoint with his Fall 2012 collection full of tweed, leather, fur and sequins, a few of his favourite fabrics. Following the show, Joeffer explained to us what kind of woman the eclectic collection is designed for.
Real Style Network: How would you describe this collection?
Joeffer Caoc: The inspiration I had was an eclectic housewife with a rocker past. While I was working on the collection I realized that I was mixing all of the elements of design that I love. It’s really just a mixture of the design and fabrications and silhouettes, sort of mixing everything up.
Real Style Network: Where did you get your inspiration?
Joeffer Caoc: I usually just come up with things in my head the season before. A lot of it comes from the clients that I do dress and what they wear the clothes for. I find that a lot of creative women do wear my clothing, so they can be very inspiring.
Real Style Network: What kind of woman do you see wearing this collection?
Joeffer Caoc: Definitely a creative woman, a confident woman. I think the kind of woman who isn’t really into being trendy all of the time. You should be able to mix the things that I’ve done in the past and I do take that into consideration when I design the collection.
Real Style Network: What do you think this collection says about you as a designer?
Joeffer Caoc: I’m hoping that it says that there is a certain level of maturity every season and how I really understand who it is I’m designing for. Also I hope that it shows that the level of design is always raising the bar.
See photos from Joeffer collection in our Toronto Fashion Week coverage.
[Photo via George Pimentel]
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