Mercedes-Benz Kiev Fashion Days: VOZIANOV, Flow the Label, Dafna May
On the second day of Mercedes-Benz Kiev Fashion Days, its spring / summer 2018 collection presented Vozianov brand. The designer Fedor Vozianov was inspired by the water element during the creation of the new collection.
In the collection Vozianov there are natural fabrics – linen, silk organza, cotton. In this way, the designer tried to convey the effect of sea foam and waves. Militarized sea form became tender, and pirate bandages for one eye were decorated with beads. Not without light dresses in combination with cotton caps, trench and long evening dresses.
Flow the Label
The designer of the brand Victoria Balanyuk chose the museum of T. Shevchenko for displaying the brand “Flow the Label”. The models showed new images in the sun-drenched place of the show, referring to the main source of inspiration for the collection – the amazing architecture of the Greek houses on the island of Mykonos.
Victoria Balanyuk was inspired by the famous white houses with blue roofs and flowering hedges. In the collection you could see cotton dresses decorated with blue flowers, linen blouses with an accent on the waist in the form of gold chains, huge sleeves, buffs, decorating snow-white tops. According to Victoria Balanyuk, all images were inspired by ancient Greece.
The third collection from the Ukrainian brand Dafna May was named Monkey Business. The fashion designer continued to use the symbolic prints, which this season took the image of a monkey. They are called to personify the main inspiration for the Monkey Business collection from Dafna May – Africa.
In the collection you can see feminine and light images. Strict silhouettes, light trench, T-shirts with branded prints were combined with swimsuits and trinketed dresses. Not without the collection and without an abundance of complex details in the form of cuts, bows, belts and even inserts from artificial straw.
The main fabrics in the collection were silk, chiffon, cotton, artificial straw and eco-leather. Prints of Pitaya and Monkeys were painted by hand. They decorated silk dresses and skirts, as well as tops.