Asymmetrical cuts and silhouettes on the Fall Winter 2017 runways
Creation starts from the sketching lines on a drawing sheet to end up on the runway. Creativity is expressed through differentiation and original shapes and volumes and, for the Fall Winter 2017 season, we spotted on the runways a variety of diverse creative solutions and cuts.
Demna Gvasalia, master of streetwear. He brought the extreme elements and features of the streetwear into a such luxurious maison like Balenciaga. Always experimenting new things and shaping silhouettes for the contemporary generation, he drew for the Fall Winter 2017 sharp lines for coats and capes.
Antonin Tron, French designer, started his label as a second job. Atlein is now one of the most talked brand out there. The Fall Winter 2017 collection focused on oblique cuts, elegant drapings and asymmetric hems.
Fragmented and glittered garments on the Ports 1961 Fall Winter 2017 womenswear runway. The asymmetry comes in the color palette, in the use of fabrics, furry here, smooth and straight there. Natasa Cagalj described her collection as something familiar, yet daring.