April 22, 2016
By Ola Prywer
Photo Courtesy of Pasarella
Lodz, Poland – Marta Kuszyńska ‘s new Fall Winter 2016/17 collection is one that one could quite consider to be a true demonstration of a brisk explosion of color.
The designer suggests a slightly bohemian style but in a big city way. The collection is full of feminine shapes for the dresses, coats, vests, etc. They combine to make for extremely chic pieces of woman’s wardrobe. The models emphasize feminine shapes of nature. This is demonstrated in the clothes as the seem to simply. The designer suggests lightness and unique style for the upcoming season. The whole is well thought out.
The color palette is a mix of interwoven elements. The palette color perfectly combines warm browns, fiery brick tone, beige, light gray, dark green, and dirty pink. The result is resolutely feminine as it highlights the delicacy of feminine nature. Additives are carmine earrings and fox-hue bags.
One could try to find even the smallest fault or failing in the collection. But it most likely will not or simply CANNOT happen. This is a rare outing in which one can say that a designer has done faultless work. This is achieved through a dynamic eye for details, construction and fit. The work is absolutely pure and elegant, thus making for a coherent collection.
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