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Pinafores Collection By IVKA
29.10.2016 23:28
Pinafores Collection By IVKA

I V K A is famous for its love for architectural shapes and abstract patterns in clothing. The collection is based on pinafores coming in a huge variety of textures and shapes. The color palette is minimalistic: dark shades, pure black and white, daring yellow.

      Pinafores showcase wide lines, narrow stripes, trouser stripes, raglan sleeves, wristbands and ribbons. Sport style elements are intermixed with highlighted femininity of large florence edging and ascots with added bowknots. Exaggerated shapes, catwalk-skimming dress tails and dropped sleeves make the outfit look like a dramatic and infantile female Pierrot. But the seeming fragility of the image contrasts with the character's true strength.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia     

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