Slovenian fashion week has started yesterday, so we better get to it, since there are plenty more photos and recaps to come! The first impression is (of course) very positive, full of excitement for the new season and for the work of Slovenian designers. I'm still waiting for that big "wow" though, but there are many more shows to come, so I'm pretty sure they won't let us down!
Speaking of designers here is a little recap of the shows that I did and didn't like, I didn't include all of them since the post is already too long, but I think you'll get the picture :)
Almira Sadar's show was very expected, I don't really think she brought anything new to the table, but she stayed true to herself and to her style, so as usual the collection was very cute and wearable. She isn't really my style but there are actually a few pieces that I would look at them twice, so thumbs up for that!
My least favourite collection of yesterday's night. I guess it's just not my type of thing, I don't like the patterns, the colour palet and the shapes and I expected more from them, so that makes my disappointment even bigger. But I do give them a credit for the use of material, as every year they've proved that they are the masters of knitting.
I really liked the collection from the moment the first model stepped on the runway, but as the show went by I realized why I was in such a sympathy with it. Am I the only one that saw a little bit of Nina Šušnjara's scent in this collection?..I know I am a big fan of her work, so I might not be the perfect person to judge, but something about the colour pallet, the materials and the shape of a certain pieces associated me with her collection. I hate to say it, but is it possible that Slovenian designers are becoming copycats?
As usual- colorful, fresh and young, this is Niti Niti that we all love and adore!
I was actually quite surprised with Katja Magister's collection, I really like this "cloudy" pattern, especially if it's mixed with the colour red (the dress bellow) and the asymmetrical cuts that are the thread of the whole collection. I'm not such fan of the plaid though, but since the collection is cohesive and well made, I give it a plus!
Last but not least- Akultura, also known as my most favourite one of the evening. I think this collection represents everything I like when it comes to designing of clothes, it has everything from sheer materials to asymmetrical, clean cuts and colourful leather (I died over that yellow one) that I've been obsessing over this fall and something is telling me that my obsession is about to continue in the next season!
all of the photos by Žiga Domadenik for Magnifique
After the show I did manage to snap a few pictures on the runway and gave my first interview as a blogger to our national television! :)
Stay tuned for more posts from Philips fashion week!
Wearing Choies top, DIY hat, Extra fashion sneakers and leather shorts from NewYorker.
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