Samuel Drira, the creative director behind the Slovakia-based label’s resurrection, is doing a good job constructing a relevant wardrobe based on serene and sensual clothes. His pre-fall lineup was a mix-and-match collection divided into groups by color (gray, camel/beige/ivory); fit (classic versus oversize); and weight and knit gauge. The potential to create different outfits and looks depending on one’s taste was quite interesting.

 

The collection was composed of solid and tone-on-tone looks with the exception of a kilim carpet-inspired print. Some of the pieces featured geometric patterns that created extra volume at the back of classic white cotton shirts or on the sides of crushed velvet skirts and dresses for a graphic draping effect.

By  on January 26, 2016

Samuel Drira, the creative director behind the Slovakia-based label’s resurrection, is doing a good job constructing a relevant wardrobe based on serene and sensual clothes. His pre-fall lineup was a mix-and-match collection divided into groups by color (gray, camel/beige/ivory); fit (classic versus oversize); and weight and knit gauge. The potential to create different outfits and looks depending on one’s taste was quite interesting.

 

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