Marques’ Almeida RTW Fall 2016
February 23, 2016 - fall Denim
Marta Marques’ and Paulo Almeida pronounced they were desirous by a girls that approximate them.
Marta Marques’ and Paulo Almeida have an surprising take on a judgment of blurb design. They pronounced in their uncover records that they were desirous by a girls that approximate them — up-and-comers in a nascence of their careers as stylists, reporters or photographers — and by a thought of vouchsafing them get concerned in their artistic routine by mouth-watering them into their studio to assistance put together a show’s looks.
Naturally, it wasn’t as elementary as that. There were also androgynous and sporty nods to a daring teenagers in “Kids” and to a personal approach in that Ray and Charles Eames collected materials and colors.
Departing form a full “looks” Marques’ and Almeida have formerly shown, this show’s styling was some-more of a separates story in a demonstration of color, hardness and pattern. The designers, winners of final year’s LVMH Prize, toyed with layering and proportions in a blown-up checks of a oversize red-and-white gingham shirt that was layered underneath a fuchsia and violet tie-dye silk slipdress with a fluted hem, or in a playfully outsized weed immature sweatshirt that came over a large dark blue shirt and a flattering devoré organza skirt.
The biggest statements came around 3 outrageous jackets that looked to be done from comforters. One, in prohibited pink, had a collar that could double as a sham and gingham ties that hung loose, that was ragged with a high-waisted denim skirt.
There was copiousness there for a label’s girls, though also adequate to seductiveness women who are maybe a small some-more modernized in life. The multihued ponyhair bomber with a canary yellow lambswool collar, for instance, or a fluted-hem skirts and dresses, like a decay and chocolate tie-dye trip that came over a knitted net zip-front top.