Krystof Strozyna S/S 2014 by Rosa and Carlotta Crepax
There was a real buzz before the Krystof Strozyna show and this designer more than lived up to expectations on the day. At first glance his collection looked very simple but it fast became apparent that attention to detail was key to this polished show. Models with blunt cut bobs and heavy brows really turned heads whilst sharp cut outs and bold contrasting colours on top of a cool neutral palette really caught the eye. It was a fine balancing act but the oversized pockets and structured collars were an interesting addition that didn’t distract from the overall simplicity. The recurring graphic lip shape – a fresh yet abstract take on pop art – was a fun inclusion among what felt like a very grown up aesthetic. The final applause was electric as Krystof Strozyna had performed magic by making the simple camisole and shift covetable and a mid-calf cut desirable. This was a collection of fresh and minimal pieces that I would definitely like to wear come spring.
Krystof Strozyna S/S 2014 by Vicky Ink
All photography by Amelia Gregory.
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