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Sunny Romance -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Ulla Johnson
Ulla Johnson Spring 2023 collection drew inspirations from Bryan Lavelle’s bright and saturated abstract paintings. Bryan explores the features of acrylics and oils. The layering and gradually adding the work’s surface forms a patterned and textured aesthetic.
Garden Blooms -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of 3.1 Phillip Lim
Phillip Lim and his partner Wen Zhou founded the label in the autumn of 2005 when they were 31, which is the inspiration of the brand name 3.1 Philip Lim. The brand is known for its neat tailoring and tight-fit effect. In S/S 2022, designer tended to use sustainable wool and regenerated polyester blends. Being titled as Garden Blooms, the collection shown no traditional floral patterns and focused more on the design of fabric and styling. Besides, new palettes were also added to present the theme.
Meet Me in Tulum -- The Catwalk Analysis of Jason Wu Womenswear
Jason Wu S/S 2021 series awakens people's good memories about rainforest with a casual natural style. Inspired by the Mexican jungle island of Tulum, the designer creates an energy box that allows him to gather sunshine, tropical jungle, colors and happy memories. Unlike the stereotype that Jason Wu focuses on an urban elegant style, this time it displays a novel and younger side through casual, playful, vigorous and passionate designs.
Escape from Reality -- The Catwalk Analysis of MICHAEL KORS Womenswear
On the last day of A/W New York Fashion Week, it is MICHAEL KORS's turn to wrap up. It transforms the American stock exchange in Manhattan into an idyllic cottage full of a modern and cozy atmosphere, leading people to travel between the city and the countryside. "Sometimes we just want to get away from the noise of the city and feel the tranquility of nature," says designer Michael Kors, "of course, we can't all move to the countryside. However, we can integrate own private time and comfortable feelings into our life through the beautiful design". This season there are many classic check and totem, lethargic cape, contrasting leather and wool, full and strong autumn tones and nonchalant outline, exuding the unique charm of MICHAEL KORS.