Thursday, 1 March 2012

Paris Fashion Week - Peachoo Krejberg

Chunky tangled knit, trailing skirts, leather strips, layers of outerwear, bold fur silohuetes,folded origami layers, sheer layers, appliqué, flashes of flesh.  Fluffy white fur made a huge impact on the runway looking effortlessly cool.
Peacho Krejberg’s show was a grungy display of flesh with scraggy, loose knitted tangled dresses and leather strips, layered over trailing hems and with touches of appliqué. Outerwear featured strong lines and folded origami pleats. Again we saw elbow length gloves accessorising the show as well as flat, knee high leather boots. Capes with trains added a gothic edge to the show while cinched waists and fluffy appliqué remained feminine.
The collection stayed within a monochrome colour palette but conceptive knitwear and structuring created an interesting collection.
An interesting addition to the show was a full feathered bodice that covered the face and torso.

Jemima Daisy

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