26 September 2009

Day 1 - Aminaka Wilmont @ 8.30 pm

There was a massive streak of digital print through out the catwalks this season in both London and New York, and Aminaka Wilmont was no exception. What made the prints stand out were their obvious references to artistic painted prints and rusty swirls resembling watercolour paintings that bled into each other.

Their use of digital prints, though not mature, integrated human flesh tones on draped body suits and tights in a beautiful manner. At the heart of the collection the colours explored into a darker territory using fierce black leathers and arm-length shredded fringe dresses. Key pieces of the collection included dark leather body-con pieces with sculptural headpieces towering over the models’ heads and around their faces.





3 comments:

Bahrain Fashion said...

The shoes are absolutely sexy. And I'm loving the headpieces, too ;)

GYY88 said...

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Since Jordan's retirement in 1999, fans still want to emulate the greatest basketball player ever, and continue buying Jordan shoes.

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