Liselore Frowijin FW 2015

Liselore Frowijin FW 2015

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Liselore Frowijin FW 2015    Italiano-Inglese-New

Il 2014 è stato un anno trionfale per Liseflore, dopo aver vinto il Dutch Couture Award e il Chloé Prize at the International Festival of Fashion in Hyères, è stata nominata fra i 10 migliori designer da Vogue Italia e ha ricevuto il premio “Woman of the week” da Harper’s Bazaar.

Lo scontro/incontro fra sport e lusso è stato da sempre la sua firma, ha disegnato questa collezione autunno inverno 2015 ispirandosi al Triadic Ballet di Oskar Schlemmer e al suo uso delle forme geometriche.

Per la prima volta, la giovane designer ha realizzato i suoi capi i maglia per raggiungere quel livello di comfort-luxury che stava da tempo cercando e per continuare la sua ricerca sui materiali e sui colori primari.

Pezzi chiave della linea il kimono nero ricamato a mano e le borse.

Il suo universo è un mondo coloratissimo e in perfetto equilibrio sul confine sottile fra cultura alta e bassa, fra sportswear e luxury.

Alcuni dettagli dai Tableaux Vivant realizzati dopo la sfilata parigina. (pictures taken by Peter Stigter).

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After winning last year both the Dutch Couture Award and the Chloé Prize at the International Festival of Fashion in Hyères and presenting her SS15 collection, Liselore Frowijn raised a lot of interest from all across the world. Vogue Italy recently named her as one of the 10 best designers of 2014 and Liselore has been awarded « Woman of the week » by Harper’s Bazaar.

The clash between sports and luxury being her signature, she designed a Fall-Winter 15/16 collection inspired by the Triadic Ballet by Oskar Schlemmer and his use of geometrical shapes.

For the first time, the young designer developed her own knitwear in order to create comfortable luxury.

Her creativity and attention for materials and pure colors are what make her brand completely outstanding.

From her show (she was for the first time part of the official calendar), press and buyers particularly loved the black hand-embroidered kimono, and the bags are definitely going to be must-haves next winter !

Her complex designs are for women with a curiosity for the world, explorers in heart and soul, ambitious, curious and independent. Her complex, layered ensembles play off the clash between the ease of sportswear and the luxury of formal attire.

Liselore Frowijn creates a characteristic world and colorful atmosphere, balancing on the narrow border of high and low cultures, for a woman who is fully at ease with herself, moving elegantly and dynamically.

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