Saturday, 11 May 2013

WIOLA WOŁCZYŃSKA - Fashion Philosophy Fashion Week Poland

The styling in this collection seemed very European and followed many trends this season. The hair was wild and tamed only by wide brimmed hats. Severe two piece suits in linear grey opened the collection, the wide tailored lapels looking every part the school teacher, skirts split at the front and collars rising up the throat. A jacket featured a bubble skirt over the top with an elasticated waist. Padded jackets were worn with tailored trousers that were pleated at the hip in a very masculine style.

Gun metal sequins added a touch of feminine glamour to the collection while wide legged trousers were added to with panels of black to break up the grey. Cuffs, collars and peplums were cut into with a square design creating and interesting shape and modernising the collection further. The utility themes were clear throughout this collection. Understated flashes of orange and salmon with navy and grey tweed were worked through garments as a welcome relief from grey. Peplum tops were worn with the androgynous trousers that featured throughout while fur adorned shoulders and panels of jackets. Final pieces of this collection were beautiful maroon jackets with patent black outer pockets and a maroon pinafore dress.

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