told you guys a thousand times that I totally love prints and totally love
monochrome that’s more than clear now. What I haven’t realized until I saw
Jean-Pierre Braganza’s new collection is that I also adore geometric shapes, sharp
edges and deconstructed tailoring. For example I have a blazer with a black and
white geometrical print on it and super sharp shoulders that falls really
fluidly in the front (Maybe you've seen it in this outfit post). I could see the blazer coming down the runway of the
Braganza show and that is probably one of the reason why I felt really connected to
the designs and literally want to own every piece of the collection.
SS15 collection is very cohesive and at the same time shows a wide range of different
cuts, materials and interpretations of Matthew Barney’s film River of Fundament, which Braganza used as a source of inspiration. Some looks had rich
embellishments like fringe, metallic beadings and crystals that were carefully
placed on the shoulders or seems of thoughtfully designed garments.
had a really minimalistic feel to them and drew your eyes to the neatly draped
silhouettes, rich fabrics and interesting prints. I can definitely tell that Jean-Pierre is designing for an intelligent and mysterious women, that isn’t afraid to embrace her dark side and I feel like if you wear one of his pieces you instantly feel like that kind of women: strong, sophisticated, modern and in control. Elegance and edge to the core.
I hope you enjoyed seeing those looks as much as I enjoyed the runway show. It was such a pleasure being able to see all the looks live and in colour (I mean in monochrome) and I'm totally looking forward to finding out what Jean-Pierre Braganza comes up with next season!
Much love xxx
Labels: Collection, fashion, Jean-Pierre Braganza, LFW, London, London Fashion Week, Review, Runway, Somerset House, Spring Sommer, SS15