Murral RTW Fall 2017 – WWD
March 25, 2017 - fall Denim
Watching Murral’s tumble uncover was like stepping by a looking potion into a anticipation world. Models with disfigured hair wound their approach around a damaged heart-shaped runway in layers of quirky garments. Designers Yusuke Muramatsu and Ayumi Sekiguchi pronounced they were desirous by a thought of nostalgia, that Muramatsu described as “warm though lonely.”
They showed a array of girly looks in churned prints, such as plaid pants with a lead pinkish weave tip and floral festooned filigree camisole, and a full denim dress festooned with red hearts interconnected with a ruffle-trimmed orange cardigan and botanical imitation blouse.
The designers played with proportions, branch out cropped pullovers and a shrunken patchwork peplum blazer, as good as an oversize dejected velvet bomber coupler and saturated nap coats. Frayed, tender edges seemed on churned plaid skirts and two-tone denim jeans. This, as good as motorcycle-inspired jackets, helped to rage a ultra-femininity of a collection and gave it a pointed edge.