Combining two elements within a design (Print and solid color) never looked so good before. Its a very cohesive collection, and yes, wearable. The styling of the collection is just simply fresh, the pieces can be worn in sooo many different ways to match with your own style. Playing with flowy VS stiff silhouette is also a very good contrast (flowy top with a tailored bottom combo)
Romantic, girly, innocent, and fragile are the words that pops in my head as these models walk down the runway. Tiny details are incorporated to enhance the smooth silhouette. But it doesn't mean that this collection is strictly for those who loves Macaroons and Scones (typical girly girls drinking tea and munching 10 different tiny cakes, modern version of Marie Antoinette) Okay that was a long descriptive example. But moving along.... Look at how slightly edgy those nude color garments turned when they styled it with a bulky Doc Martens boots! I love the whole idea of masculine and feminine combo!
Ladies and gentleman, Nina has done it again! From bright blue all the way to hot pink and even full flower prints... she has succeeded in bringing us back to the loud side of romanticism! Simple concept but executed perfectly. I have my eyes on almost all the looks from this collection and about a million styles that i want to experiment on with those pieces! And i can't stop drooling over the hot pink trousers in particular (look at the mesh detail on the lower leg area)
I'm usually not a party person (just kidding, i love parties!). Although the space was pretty tiny, the amazing crowd and head-banging music made me forgot how hot (temperature wise) the room is! Met tons of awesome people, and yes i did enjoy the party even though i was carrying my heavy camera while i was dancing.
|My friend wore the jacket she bought from my Online Shop =)|
|Forever21 Neon lace top//Forever21 beaded tribal necklace//Zara Nude silk button down//Zara black maxi chiffon skirt|
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