Thanks to the internet, people have started becoming more and more aware of, well, everything around them. This awareness has been incorporated into their lives with an increasing number of people preferring to go back to lesser toxic chemicals in their lives. The same is with the fabrics that they wear; and this has been reflected the world over by some of the most famous fashion designers as well. Natural fabrics with less chemicals, fluid silhouettes and flowing clothes will soon become the norm.
So if you’re looking for designers whose works are stylish yet fluid, then here is our list of our top 4 fluid designers –
The lady has struck and maintained a very beautiful balance between minimalism and femininity. Preppy stripes, girly bows, cute little white dresses, and midi pencil was what her Resort 2015 collection was all about. When questioned about her love for feminine and fluid silhouettes, she said in an interview, “I always say being a clothing designer is like dating—you always end up being yourself.” Actresses like Kate Bosworth and Emma Roberts have been seen parading in Ermilio outfits, which are breath of fresh air in a world where uncomfortable body hugging clothes have become the norm
Her Fifties inspired collection at the Spring/Summer 2015 Paris Fashion Week season created quite a stir. One got to see many circle skirts and high trousers, along with deeper hues of scarlet thrown about carelessly on her croc heels and crop tops. But her overcoats in aqua and red stole the show, mostly because they were a distant reminiscent of classic Prada pieces. Her skirts came in a great variety and the best part about them was that even though they were showcased on the ramp, they can easily be worn by women like us to evening parties as well!
Valli’s decorative motifs are what stood out in his collection, more so because he very deftly progressed to play them against each other. His motifs included appliqué blossoms, floral prints, white fluid fringing and scalloping. A lot of his skirts and dresses ended mid-thigh, while his fluidity extended to pants as well! His collection was a must for minimalists as well as maximalists.
Simoens subjected his audience to an assault of colours. He declared boldly, “Colourful is the new black” and to emphasise on his statement, the hairs of his models were dyed in several colours as well! But the focus of everybody’s attention was on his loose crepe mini-dresses and long split maxi-dresses that were splashed with pixel designs. The knit sweatshirts in his collection were proof of the fact that the designer had finally learnt to perfect relaxed silhouettes, and that he too was going down the path of fluidity.
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