Feeric Fashion Week has left a great taste in us after the global stop in fashion due to lockdown. #FeelFeeric was, without a doubt, lived more intensely than ever.
A week full of shows, presentations, meetings and parties where fashion personalities, influencers, designers and the international press fluctuate together and enjoy fashion from a deeper point of view and unconventional shows; thanks to the great International technical team, the management and organization, the Sponsors and the Community of Sibiu we have been able to enjoy the 13th edition. We have had the difficult task of choosing the best looks seen during the shows, and we bring you the Top 5 of them.
#ModicReview: Our 5 favourites looks from FFW
If there was any collection among our favorites, that was Alexandru Floarea under his brand Kikimra. This look represents the feel of the collection: a touch of retro glamour and a post-apocalyptic sophistication. The deconstruction of the classical blazer wearing as a dress, the mesh overlay, and of course the masterpiece: the bustier corset with piercings that elevates the look to infinity. Accessories are other highlights to die for.
The key to a monochromatic total look in outfit and accessories is the study of the garments and how they interact with each other. In this case, the look seen in the Apoldist show for the brand Shim by Ioana Serban turns this patent leather red into a master look. The wide-brimmed hat, the raincoat, the top, the cargo pants and the ankle boots, everything becomes essential.
As the slogan of the presentation at the Yolo Party by Landiana reads: ‘Makes simplicity great Again’. We couldn’t agree more with it when we saw this wonderful creation by designer Bianca Popp. A simple long-neck black dress whose cape cut and movement elevates it to the maximum exponent of avant-garde elegance. Less is more, make room!
Combining simplicity, minimalism and craftsmanship, the result is a winning look. This is the case of the look that we saw on the Gala, by the hand of the brand Lily of the Valley. An ethereal and sophisticated collection of which this dress with relaxed lines and subtle embroidery stands out. It design? fresh, simple, elegant and timeless.
To finish this selection, we need to move to the forest to the Hooldra presentation. This look is the result of a long stylistic process, in which various second-life garments acquire a new dimension from the hand of artists, standing out in a look where the decadence of grunge, vintage, art and sustainability are materialized in a creative symbiosis. Everything can come back, no matter when.