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PARIS FASHION WEEK: Nehera FW 2020 RTW Collection

PARIS FASHION WEEK: Nehera FW 2020 RTW Collection

As the saying goes, classics never go out of style; so you can never go wrong with the classic looks from the Nehera FW 2020 RTW Collection which debuted during Paris Fashion Week. The ready-to-wear shows have been a wonderful escape from the pandemic turmoil. Staying at home has finally given us the chance to revisit the shows we missed, like Slovak brand, Nehera. Every piece from this collection will be a much-welcomed addition in complimenting your wardrobe.

PARIS FASHION WEEK: Nehera FW 2020 RTW Collection PARIS FASHION WEEK: Nehera FW 2020 RTW Collection

When you hear someone say ready-to-wear, Nehera FW 2020 RTW Collection is what they mean. Ever look will easily walk right off the runway and into the typical life of any woman. The artisanal fashion label, known for their elegant and timeless designs, their collection featured dresses, coats, knitwear, blouses and bottoms that will live long in wardrobe rotation.

PARIS FASHION WEEK: Nehera FW 2020 RTW Collection PARIS FASHION WEEK: Nehera FW 2020 RTW Collection

The main focus of the Nehera FW 2020 RTW Collection is comfort, classic silhouettes that you’ll own forever, and a color palette that will seamlessly take you from season to season. We love the never-ending parade of beiges, blacks, blues, greys, whites, browns, as well as the pops of bold colors thrown in.

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These complementary colors are found in natural fibers, such as silks, cotton, wools, leathers; and in synthetics like plastic, viscose, nylon, and jersey. Along with local craftsmen, every fiber is carefully reviewed to match the most rigorous sustainability benchmark. The Nehera culture champions spontaneity, vitality, and sustainability, while the creations feel grounded and unassuming.

We were entranced by the first look, an oversized wool coat, we’d love to greet the Fall New York weather in worn over a beige and brown tartan wool jumpsuit. Our love continued on with several other pieces, including a patchwork shearling coat worn over an ivory jacket and dress; an oversized soft grey wool coat; chunky knitwear, and cool prints.

A completely wearable collection from start to finish. Since we’ve declared our love of the Nehera FW 2020 RTW Collection, we’d love to hear what you think. Any favorite looks or pieces from this wonderful collection? We’d love to see your comments.

PARIS FASHION WEEK: Alianna Liu FW 2020 Collection

PARIS FASHION WEEK: Alianna Liu FW 2020 Collection

Thanks to the global pandemic, we’ve had some difficulty following a calendar. Something I’m sure you all are experiencing. For instance, it seems we’ve missed the Paris FW 2020 RTW collections. Thankfully we can fix this by highlighting some of Paris Fashion Week’s collections, like the Alianna Liu FW 2020 Collection. You may remember we highlighted her SS2020 RTW Collection last September. For this season, she is trying some new things, let’s get acquainted.

PARIS FASHION WEEK: Alianna Liu FW 2020 Collection PARIS FASHION WEEK: Alianna Liu FW 2020 Collection

The inspiration behind the Alianna Liu FW 2020 Collection is not at all what you’d expect but maybe looking at the photos will give you a hint. Alianna’s collection was inspired by Tetris, a game every 80’s kid knows very well. It is one of the most iconic and best-selling games ever! Like most adults, Alianna played Tetris as a child and was inspired by the graphics of the addictive puzzle game. You may notice some of her looks feature the “Tetriminos” symbol and some of her prints are inspired by the blocks; checks and stripes also play a big part in this collection.

PARIS FASHION WEEK: Alianna Liu FW 2020 Collection PARIS FASHION WEEK: Alianna Liu FW 2020 Collection

Along with channeling her childhood, Alianna also changed from her usual classic aesthetic and opted for a more modern looking terms of volume. A quick comparison to her last collection and you’ll notice the change. Her collection of more voluminous jackets, capes, dresses, pants, and skirts graced the runway in a mix of cotton, leather, wool, and a few synthetic fabrics. Her color palette included classic fall colors such as black, beige, brown, bronze, green, and blue, as well as some bolder hues, such as gold, silver, purple, red, and pink.

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We’d loved to see what Alianna Liu’s following up to this collection will be. With our current situation, we look forward to whatever bit of joy inspires her SS 2021 RTW collection. Now you fellow Tetris fans, we’d love to hear your thoughts on this collection. Feel free to leave your comments below.

NYFW: BLANCORE Fall/Winter 2020 Collection

NYFW The Shows: BLANCORE Fall/Winter 2020 Collection

There’s a certain point in our lives when we transition from childhood to adulthood, giving up all our fearlessness, imaginations, and wonder. The world as a whole changes us; we get more cynical, more beat down, and more stoic, losing our innocence. This transition, this loss, is what inspired the BLANCORE Fall/Winter 2020 Collection.

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The theme of the BLANCORE Fall/Winter 2020 collection is an abstractive reflection based on the current society and global issues. With the advancement of technology and human culture, more and more people start to lose their faith and naivete. People fall into money and desire, doing whatever it takes to survive, and concealing one’s pure and kind side.

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“Lost Elf” are the elves born from forgotten memories. Your favorite toy you no longer play with. The memory of your happiest childhood place. These elves live in abandoned toys and dirty trash. They are different from the beautiful and pure fairies from fairy tales. They are from the future. These elves are missed and neglected which reflects on the side of “fine but ignored.”

NYFW: BLANCORE Fall/Winter 2020 Collection

We as humans tend to look at the beautiful side and ignore the bad side. The BLANCORE Fall/Winter 2020 Collection shows us both sides. With design details such as teddy bears and lightweight fabrics to represent some of the good and face masks and lots of layering (re: the weight of the world) representing the bad, we’re left with a collection that forces us to come to terms with our duality. “Lost Elf” represents the forgotten side and another side of beauty just like the trash in our ocean, deforestation, and carbon emission. Yalan Li and her design team find their inspiration for colors, fabrications, and silhouettes based on the image of elves born from these environmental issues. They also found their inspiration through the collisions and contrasts of these things face to face.

If you love the above looks, check them out in motion via video of the models’ finale during their NYFW Show.