5 October 2017

Haider Ackermann: SS18 Details

Spring/Summer 2018

I am still very much processing the women's Spring/Summer 2018 collections, but wanted to share these detail shots from the Haider Ackermann collection, which I absolutely loved. I know that tailoring is not particularly trendy right now, what with the rise of streetwear and post-Soviet normcore, but I am always a fan of designers who know how to cut complex patterns and make it look so fluid and easy. As for gut reactions? I think Junya Watanabe and Kei Ninomiya had really strong collections, I thought the Anrealage collection was interesting, I did not care for Rick Owens this season but I might be in the minority there, Alessandro's Gucci has gone from shows that made me smile to shows that make me cringe, the Cindy Sherman inspired Undercover collection was cool and I assume will sell well, and of course Yohji Yamamoto smashed it.

What have been your favourite shows so far?


1 comment:

  1. These details are beautiful. Haider reminds me of aeon flux.

    I don't judge Rick by runway but I saw some black on black sequins that I'm sure will be astounding in person. I can attest that when RO does sequins for embellishments it is NEXT LEVEL.