[All Photos via Mai Lyngby and Emilie Mosbaek]
Edith & Ella
Tweed and contradictions lifted the pure and sophisticated show through at Edith & Ella for fall 2012. The designers have an ability to bring a lightness and joy to their clothes., that included primary colors (red,green,blue) to give the collection a fresh look. With the old-school skirts and sparkling red shirts, the combination was new and interesting, yet extremely wearable.
Rützou’s show was dominated by gauzy fabrics with a mix of pastels and earth colors. The long necklaces with fringed pendants hung carelessly around the neck of most of the models, along with other accessories such as oversized flowers inspired by Japanese art, alongside significant zippers visible in the linings of the clothes.
Burnt earth tones, brown nude, physical dots and velvet. With these motifs, Stine Goya once again did an amazing job balancing the masculine/feminine mystique. Feminine details were represented via 3/4 sleeve lengths with some pants more closely fitted through the thighs.
–Mai Lyngby and Emilie Mosbaek