December 17, 2014
By Marius Brianski
Photos Courtesy of Lukas Dzielag for FashionPhilosophy
Lodz, Poland – You don’t have to overdo it to make a lasting impression. Polish designer Kedziorek showed her collection for Spring/Summer 2015 during the first day of the Polish Fashion Week.
The clothes are simple and futuristic yet functional with a beautiful but sometimes a little disturbing mixture of sharp design, neutral colors and relaxing purity. Different textures and forms when combined give a really eye catching result. Sometimes quite surprising. The designers still shows that she knows who she is and for what type of client she makes her clothes for.
The show featured blouses, jumpsuits, dresses, maxi skirts , capes and tunics. The pieces where in a little oversized forms, some had draping, pleats and asymmetrical details. The leading colors where beige, navy, metallic grey and soft white.
Everything is raw, minimalistic and ideal for a modern woman who enjoys comfort and clothes that move with the body. The fabrics used where natural linen or silk, combined with synthetics like plastic, creating layers which gave the women’s body a new definition. Stiff forms and many hidden details transformed the silhouette. But they still look natural and calm. I felt the designers work was influenced by brands like COS and Celine. The whole feeling of the collection was urban, famine, simplistic and very wearable. Maybe not to trendy, more earthy and peaceful to see. For a women whose rather complex. Strong but fragile at the same time. A really strong combo I must say.