Creator of the ‘White Dress’ concept as a must-have + one of the Ukraine’s 5 top designers, Svetlana of Bevza created a fall collection full of simple silhouettes, using the timeless color palette of black + white.
Some shapes look to the Sixties for inspiration (row 3, look 3), but for the most part, a lot of the looks won’t have trouble adjusting to the modern chick’s fashion handbook. There are two types of trousers in the collection, whose forms seem to be a mainstay of several seasons now – tapered + cropped with a front pleat + slight cuff + the subtle harem figuration, cuffed at the ankles, resembling jogging pants (which seem to be everywhere in leather, these days).
The color palette wheel is then swung around to introduce burgundy + forest green creations with a twist. In these pieces, you find a pattern that at first glance, seems to be akin to the fall floral trend, but upon closer observation, the flowers are actually doll faces – Very Clever!
Another thing that makes this collection exciting, are the different textures used. Apart from wool, you also have fur, sometimes in unlikely profiles, like the long sleveeveless coat below, not to mention sheer + leather accents throughout.