NICHOLAS K – FALL WINTER 2011
Recognized male models Sean O’Pry, Simon Nessman and Yuri Pleskun, where some of the several models that wore Nicholas K FW2011. The pieces that were embellished with leather details and fur touches, was full of versatility and simplicity. With overall predominant fabrics of suede with leather details, diverse colour tartan shirts were carefully layered among other pieces of the collection and finished with Vintage Shoe Company boots. Raffled, layered dresses with waist enhancing belts alongside male pieces of suede pants, wool jackets with oversize hoods make a statement where clearly layering basics can create a stylist urban look.
In collaboration with Vintage Shoe Company, Nicholas K completed the casual chic look with raw platform sole boots and thick sole shoes. Drapes, zippers, oversizes, belts and layers were well-thought details that Nicholas K putted in his work for this Fall/Winter 2011. Urban, classic and versatile, Nicholas K delivered once again.
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Soft, delicate, chic and strong, today, at a u shaped BCBG MAX AZRIA runway: models looked very modern in a mix of something that maybe we can call as the new modernist boho-chic. The delicate boldness of each piece made an impressively strong collection, where few details like ruffles, prints and colored lines in gave the last touch to some of the garments.
The color palette played a strong representation of bright bold colors like deep teal, scarlet red, black and nougat which in fact created a huge statement for the collection; but also the fabrics spoke for themselves. All those sheer garments covering no longer than above the knee’s and layered with belted tunics in soft fabrics, made us feel that minimalism still in Max Azria’s heart. The vigorous tenacious effect of layering white cream-type of spandex, turtle necks, bold bright emberglow dresses, sheer layered garments and pairing them with high knee leather boots, produced a feeling that women do not need show that much to demonstrate she’s elegant, chic and sophisticated .
“Sculptural accessories in luxurious textures articulate a modern elegance”.
DUCKIE BROWN F/W11
Shimmer, asymmetry and abstraction are 3 characteristics that can define Duckie Brown’s 21 piece collection of F/W2011. The combination of textiles and playfulness of the dark colour pallet gave a classic collection with modernist touches and asymmetrical cuts. Models Jacob Coupe, Lowell Tautshin and Yuri Pleskun where carrying the variety of vintage pieces while retro music played in the background.
From charcoal, grey and black to star white, the collection may have changed in form but remained in style. Signature details and cuts, commonly associated with Duckie Brown prevailed over the runway. The clothes had a modernist twist that brought the classic pieces to the 21st century. Added features like shimmer on suit pants, asymmetric cuts on cotton shirts and abstract prints on wool blazers and other pieces, gave the collection a fast forward to the present. Keep posted for an enlarged review, including Mark Indelicato’s presence in the venue.
Photos by Michael Ching
TADASHI SHOJI F/W11
Clear skies opened to a runway of ancient gardens of the Far East on Tadashi Shoji F/W 2011 at Lincoln Center. His collection manifested a sense of harmony among man, arquitecture and nature. Draging the palette from last season, with a more intense touch, Tadashi reinvented colours bringing balance with tones of bamboo and phlox; and tranquility with tones of deep teal and cedar.
The collection consisted in a transition of coctail dresses that transformed in night gowns covered in tulle, organza, chiffon, lace, in fringes, embroidered and floral details, bodices, and raffles portraying femeinity in its outmust.
Photos by Michael Ching
W HOTEL GLOBAL GLAM F/W11
W Hotel presents: Global Glam 2011. Divided in 3 themes, Global Glam honoured their name by travelling around the globe, representing 3 of the most famous cities in the world through their 2011 Fall/Winter collection.
Austin Collection: “REMIX”
The hippies mingle with lawyers and politicians hang with jam bands, Austin proudly adopted the label mosiac.
Mexico City: “MASQUERADE”
As modern Mexico City disguises the ancient lake basin that lies belw it, the city’s culture is rife with illusion and intrigue.
Taipei: “NATURE ELECTRIFIED”
Pulses a neon current, creating a sanctuary where serenity meets energy. From vibrant markets, threaters and nightclubs to the iconic Tapie 101.
Photos by J.C. Parra
Co-Editor Mr.G/ Luis Soto
Fashion Writer Alex Margary
Fashion Writer Jhon Jairo Santos
Photography by Michael Ching
Photography by J.C. Parra
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