November 27, 2015
By Marius Brianski
Images Courtesy of Mike Pasarella
Lodz, Poland – The second day of the Polish Fashion Week started with one of the best collections of its 13th edition with the collection of the young designer Zuzanna Kwapisz.
The garments look similar in spirit to those produced by the best Scandinavian brands. It is minimalistic work in every way and made out of fine fabrics. It features clean cuts, simple shapes and finely made construction. The cuts and construction make the clothes frame the body finely. The work is perhaps raw and simple, yet it causes the girls to expose their femininity without showing everything.
Visible inspirations also include normcore, workmen aprons and Asian kimonos. Asymmetric details hide the hips and slim the belly. Belts define the waist and tasteful necklines finish the work. The designer has a great eye for details, mastering the bodies proportions and sculpting the body just in all of the right places. The pieces include wide legged pants, skirts, dresses, coats, tops and long sleeves. Each one can be easily worn straight from the hangar.
The colors selected are reduced to white, grey, navy and blue. All of the nuances make the silhouettes look strong and statuesque. The clothes defend them self with good quality and wearability. Women can look both great and feel comfortable wearing them.