By Ola Prywer
April 23, 2015
Images Courtesy of Mike Pasarella
Lodz, Poland – The Malgrau brand at the current edition of Fashionphilosophy Fashion Week Poland shows all the classicism that goes along with minimalist elegance. As the designer Iga Szuchiewicz says, “It is intended to explore the woman, but also to talk indirectly about her femininity.“
The AW 2015/16 collection is composed mainly of soft and thick fabrics combined into subtle materials. The following autumnal season sees us wearing dark grays, blacks, very navy blue, shades of crimson and the always welcomed monochromatics. The main piece-proposals are mid-length and maximum lengths skirts with visible transparencies, which are always carefully juxtaposed with woolen pullovers, jackets or the unobtrusive tops.
To briefly sum things up, the Iga Szuchiewicz’s wardrobe blows the way of a little bit of the conservatism, but certainly leaves a mature and conscious feeling of contentment.