The show continued with some amazing prints, bold material combinations and impressive tailoring. KRJST SUPERPIECEOFCHIC a.KNACKFUSS Damien Ravn And the show was closed NATAN I could see myself wearing this outfit! This open back leather dress was one of my favorites.
While I have plenty of pictures in my camera to go through, here we’re still waiting for the evening fashion show to start at Brussels Fashion Days last night.
Marie Jo L’Aventure 2011 collection is a result of co-operation with designer Veronique Branquinho and celebrates the 30th birthday of the Haute Lingerie brand. These luxurious, elegant and vintage inspired pieces come in two main colors: onyx and emerald. The silhouettes are clear and timeless. When the perfectly golden tanned models walked forward in their red wigs it seemed as if a display window from the 60’s had suddenly come to life. I like the demi corps that beautifully combines transparent material and perfect support. It finds it’s perfect pair in the retro style high-waisted briefs. Lenny Leleu is a German born designer and another talent from the Antwerp Royal Academy of fine arts. On the Miele Catwalk she gave an overview of her swimwear collections from 2007 to 2012. Her adventurous line is produced in Belgium and has achieved success worldwide. Lenny Leleu really stole the show with her gorgeous ballet dancers and excellent choice of music.
Jantine van Peski was a totally new acquaintance to me, most likely because she just graduated from the Antwerp Fashion Academy with her charming “WIRES 10.0” collection. The pieces she has created are like wearable textile sculptures combining woven knits with transparent fabric and delicately cut wool. Van Peski has gained experience with houses like A.F. Vandevorst and Haider Ackermann before launching her own collection. I fell instantly in love with her work. The skilfully cut and bewitching silhouettes were minimalistic and full of details at the same time. I think that in their outstanding beauty the clothes would also proof to be practical and warm. Each designer that took part in the show had decorated or designed a personalized look for one of the Miele Machines. (Picture: Miele Catwalk Press material) Filles à Papa “Daddy’s Girls” was another designer new to me that I found very interesting. Since 2008 these Belgian sisters have created their casual yet glam clothing and accessories. The new collection combines metallic leggings and grey t-shirts with knits, sequins and a rebel attitude. …