January 6, 2016
By Marius Brianski
Photos Courtesy of Filip Okropny
Warsaw, Poland – Top Polish designer Mariusz Przybylski presented two new collections for Fall Winter 2016/17: “White Wolf” and “Transplantacja”.
The first, “Transplantacja“, is a collaboration with the firm VIVE Textile Recycling. It presents womenswear totally made out of recycled reused old clothes. One could see classy, signature pieces like cigarette pants, vests, dresses, dresses, jackets perfectly tailored and with sexy cut off’s and decorative patchwork details.
“White Wolf” presents the best that Przybylski has to offer with three leading themes. It seems to be a logical continuum of the past three collections: “Cold Love”, “Night Air” and “Pulsar”. One could see many textiles made especially for the new collection, with shining Swarovski crystals, embodies, prints and pompons.
The collection starts with classical black pieces with details like red trimmings and sculpted, geometrical details. Mariusz Przybylski is known for his eye on details so each suit, pant or dress is greatly tailored to the body with thought out details, making an elongated and boxy shapes. Next we move to the garments fully covered in multi-colored, floral prints. The last part is the majestic rich mixture of color and detail. Decorative, yet so elegant with a feel of inspiration with the fiery, Spanish romanticism or the folk of the east.
This satisfies the needs of numerous clients with elegant suits for men and striking long gowns for big evening events for the ladies. It’s nice to see that the designer still want’s to develop his point of view. He’s not afraid of trying new things.