Friday, 7 October 2011

Moda Lisboa – 7th October – V!TOR

V!tor's collection is based around the gypsy communities, salvaging and is incredibly personal. The fabric, he told me after the show, is all from his own clothes.
On the front row, we get goodies! A collaboration jewellery piece with BIC biros that is a sparkling silver constructed necklace.
The show begins with a mix of all sand garments worn with jersey striped tops, hanging loose on the body and made of strips of separate fabrics. The stripes continue in gorgeous, wearable maxi vest dresses, tshirts and short vest dresses. Most are worn quite tight and feature low, slit side sleeves. The beige features in casual tailored jackets, a mens shorts jump suit and cute pleated shorts as well as a billowing cocoon shaped maxi dress.
The colours vary, with a few clashing stylishly while many pieces feature colours on a theme with muted tones and a vintage look.
The wearability of this collection is high, the vest shapes, t-shirts, racer backs and tube skirts are all regular high street shapes to suit all sizes with a gorgeous handmade twist.
My favourite piece was a pair of diagonally striped leggings with flashes of mustard and burgundy – worn with sponsors Addidas trainers and a casual tailored khaki shirt this looked great, wearable and totally cool.
I am a huge fan of V!tors (he is my GFWBF... gay fashion week boyfriend!) and I love his wearable, trendy collections that are in-tune with what his young commercial market want and need.

Much Love

Jemima Daisy

Reporting from MODA LISBOA – TRANSFUSION for the UK
October 2011 – Showing SS12

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