May 9, 2016
By Marius Brianski
Photos Courtesy of Mike Pasarella
Lodz, Poland – The colder nights enchant us with mysterious darkness. This is how designer Natasha Pavluchenko perfectly frames her new Fall Winter 2016/17 collection.
The author remains true to herself as she serves the audience a full work complete with dresses of various lengths: mini, medium and maxi. The fine selection of fabrics is enriched with great tailoring, cuts that frame the body with decorative details.
Pavluchenkos leading colors are signature black with teal and with ivory and dark brown also present. Solid colors make a great canvas to show the minimalist details for which the author is known. The silhouette is either body defining with cuts in all the right places or flowing, draping on the models as they walk. The details include elements out of leather, lace, ruffles, beading and eye-catching butterflies.
The garments show a little bit of skin with frontal leg slits, revealed cleavage and open backs. The decadence and mannerism, catch the attention of the audience wanting to know who is that mysterious lady. As usual we have a set of clothing for the enchanting dark queen.