In 2011, Aaron opened his first workshop on Fleet Street in Boston's North End, a neighborhood offering him a rich connection to the past. "It feels quite European in the way that there is a sense of discovery - coming across small shops on side streets," he said.
Aaron draws inspiration from literature, art, history and nature. He has long synthesized the magic of storytelling with the artistry of style. Aaron’s Spring/Summer 2014 collection at Boston Fashion Week was an awe-inspiring blend of soft draping and crisp tailoring. "Spring's muse is the dashing adventurer. In the romantic tradition of Kipling and Stevenson, looks combine the rugged appeal of utilitarian workwear with the soft draping and ornate embellishment of far-off lands," Aaron said.
There is so much to love about Aaron's Spring/Summer 2014 line. Like his romantic approach to clothing, I've been experiencing my own fantasy with his entire collection, but particularly with a silver satin stunner (pictured above and below). As an admirer of grey and one-shoulder garments, it was truly love at first sight and a dress that will grace my silhouette. Bravo Luke Aaron!
Photos courtesy of Jan Bloch Photography