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The inspiration for the images was saved with designer from the 60-ies of old clippings from the magazine Mademoiselle, a love of design, illustration and music, reports Rus.Media.
Endless parties, no-limit platinum card, glasses in the style of “the Matrix”… “All this I will never be able to kick,” admits the designer.
It’s hard to believe that the brand, founded in 2015, so quickly gained popularity. Expressing extreme version of luxury, the designers create the clothing Area, mixing Japanese avant-garde with the style of classic Italian Atelier, and animal prints in the style of 30’s with shiny pink fabric.
To describe the collection of the brand just one word: “romantic.” The designers tried to spin the affair between pleasant to the touch fabrics and details, carefully made by hand, between a Flirty silk dresses and tight corsets. Such garments are beloved by young girls, which has brought the brand for maximum success.
In a number of items include white shirts, long skirts, or pants. Despite the tribute, given the history of the brand, on the podium was also observed an unexpected “cat” and floral prints.
In the designer’s collection clearly exhibits two sources of inspiration: women’s underwear and military style military (to see more images from the collection at the link). From the beginning of the show the catwalk was enveloped in the atmosphere of protest and revolt, and for good reason — in his creations the designer tries to reflect the current political conflicts and sexual scandals.
The title of maximalist rated designer Johnson Hartigan itself, can be confirmed immediately after viewing his latest collection. From the first minutes of the show enveloped guests with joy and happiness, and the colorful meadows, it was impossible to look away.
Like last season, birch paid a lot of attention to the combination of gross items of clothing with bright feminine elements, for example, the Park got a couple of laptevo dress with floral prints. Side seams and stripes on men’s utilitarian silhouettes gave the collection a modern look. It is worth noting that floral print, which we love Tory Burch, have finally earned a name — “happy times”.
Stating that at the present time women do not need fancy complicated clothes, but rather want something simple and unobtrusive, Nicky Zimmermann has created a romantic collection, linking elements of the Victorian Era with the spirit of the 80s. This was reflected in the ruffles, Bohemian prints and knitted garments.