Monday, 27 June 2011

Anna goes west

Last year I came across Anna Miminoshvili's
tasteful idea of fashion made of complex cuts,
flattering silhouettes and structural detailed
dresses (here) and it was quite a sight to behold.

Anna's new fall-winter 2011-12 collection shows
once again her feminine and delicate approach
to style: this time the designer's representative
petal motifs come back through a basic silhouette
strongly inspired by post-world-war-II British
fashion while ornaments and decoration remind
traditional Japanese samurai tatoos.
Glitzy and entracing, by the way, take a look 
as well at the staggering shoes she came to 
design for the very first time.

A refined, sophisticated collection which beyond
simplicity is very hard to be cut like for the skirt
creating a wave effect when rotating, with very
clean shapes and a cool color palette ranging
from black, forest green, camel and honey hues.

The Georgian-born, Moscow based designer's
new collection is enough creative although
far from formal architectural complexity and
much more market-oriented because all the
outfits bear a comfortable and easy-to-wear
features. Anna should go west, exporting her
own fully grown signature style all over Europe.

I do hope her collection will meet a wider
audience of buyers and not only its much
deserved five-star critics' rating!
Best of luck, Удачи, Anna!

lookbook's images by Zurab Darcmelia

1 comment:

  1. loved the collection, the first look that you posted is amazing, totally agree with you she does deserve a wider audience