Geometry is a good word to describe today’s collection: “So you think you can dance”.
Stripes were very prominent in the S/S16 collection, showing up both in prints and fringe, with marble prints giving an extra oomph to the garments. Denim jackets juxtaposed the relaxed silhouette of the garments, giving a relaxed punk feeling. The prints combined with the tailoring brought to mind the works of Ximon Lee, latest winner of the H&M Design Award.
A favourite was the asymmetric tailoring, with flashes of colour peeking out which highlighted a new use of colour blocking.
Minimarket SS16 followed in the steps of many designers these days, where collections are increasingly becoming less focused on seasonal wear. Although maybe it’s just the Nordic love of layering up in oversized garments!
The show was ended with Swedish singer Jenny Wilson walking out on the runway, singing along with the final track of the show.
Also read: Review of: By The No S/S16
Check out another review from STHLMFW: By Malina S/S16
Recommended Read: Ida Sjöstedt S/S16
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