Wrote a review about ‘Daili’ designer LAURA DAILIDENIENE’S COLLECTION, read YOURSELF ! Thanks LEO ! Let’s take a look at the best creations from the latest Daili Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 season collection entitled “Aves.” The show was presented during fashion festival “Fashion Infection” in Vilnius. The Fall season was inspired by the bird’s feather motif. We see new patterns, this time it’s inspired by the lightness of mystery, marble-like pattern, which is combined with graphic lines. The fabrics include specifically treated cotton, wool, silk, jacquard knitwear. The minimalistic layers make this collection look fabulous and sophisticated. Why does everything looks so attractive, well, I think it’s because of the exclusiveness, pure minimalistic touches of Baltic/Nordic culture. Here we see a rich blue puffer poncho paired with navy slouchy fit pencil trousers. In love with high sole golden lace-up shoes. Nylon rich blue glossy jacket with wide, shortened sleeves looks awesome worn atop navy shift. Fashion model appears on the runway wearing a loose-fit, elongated light grey pullover styled with printed leggings. In love with this wrap, belted grey blue exaggerated coat. It’s an ideal cover-up for day and evening occasions. Blue grey shirtdress looks elegant styled with wide, long dark blue wool scarf. Here we see a collarless grey blue wrap coat which is worn atop lightweight tee that is tucked in beige cream knee-length lace shorts. Shapless sky blue dress looks awesome embellished with feathers. The look is finished thanks to light grey scarf and glossy black leather booties. Source: www.thebestfashionblog.com
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DAILI: HIGHLIGHT OF THE SEASON
Fashion Bloc is introducing new series of topics ‘Highlight of the season’. Our designers will be sharing their best and most memorable moments of the season with you, our dear readers. First in line Daili fashion family Viktoras Dailidenas and Laura Dailideniene. They shared emotions, experiences and some photos with us from their visit to Berlin during Mercedes-Benz Berlin Fashion Week.
Berlin they say is yet another fashion destination. And although this East European city doesn’t stand as a Fashion Capital it does stand for fashion. Fashion Bloc designers Laura Dailideniene and Viktoras Dailidenas (Daili) was visiting Berlin in July during Berlin Fashion Week and this was their highlight of the season.
Viktoras and Laura, creative duo (and family duo) behind the fashion label Daili from Lithuania were invited to take part in the international fashion exhibition Bread & Butter Berlin. Daili was showcasing among fashion giants such as DKNY, Karl Lagerfeld, Calvin Klein and Diesel. It was a valuable and very interesting experience for a relatively small fashion brand from Lithuania. ‘There’s nothing even close to that happening in Lithuania or around,’ says Viktoras.
Daili presented their SS2015 collection Cityscape which attracted a lot of attention from buyers and visitors. Cityscape is covered in unique graphic prints of the Lithuanian capital Vilnius. You can next see the collection on a catwalk during Riga Fasshion Week SS15.
Two F words
It was not long time ago, when i wrote about collections for AW14/15 and now it is October and almost all collections for Spring/Summer 2015 were presented. It is only for me time runs so quickly? Anyways, I will write review, what was interesting for me, but now I want to talk about Chanel and where Karl Lagerfeld brought us to his SS15 show.
Karl Lagerfeld is a master, no doubt. I always respect, what he is doing, but after SS15 finale I took a different look. I was always interested in women’s rights. Last year Beyonce created a new album and made a statement, that she is a feminist. A few weeks ago Emma Watson took a speech about women’s rights and new project ‘HeForShe’. So it is good to see that fashion also gives a perspective and an opinion about it.
There are some significant and important facts about 20 century, which marked our history. Karl Lagerfeld had chosen one of the most important riot – student protest in Paris in 1968 with a focus on feminism.
Models with placards unveiled intentions, which was behind this show – “History is her story’, ‘Ladies First’, ‘Feminist but Feminine’ (Feministe Main Feminine).
Karl didn’t forget men’s (one carried a placard with ‘HeForShe’ sight (project for gender equality)) and reminded, that feminism is important for both, men and women.
What do you think about it?