On Day 1 I was really impressed by Eve Hanson’s FW19 collection. This designer really wowed me.
Most of the pieces from this collection were timeless and minimalistic. However, there were eye-catching details as draping or bold shoulders but it still created very harmonious image.
This season Riina Pōldroos was a discovery for me.
It seemed like an interpretation of logomania trend which is a big thing today. Most of looks also had big a juicy glasses which made me remember about California motives in fashion world. I guess we here in Baltics follow trends as much as big fashion metropolises.
I enjoyed Woolish collection’s interesting details combined with bold colours and logo scarves. Also a wave of logomania is noticeable here. These fresh crisps are already on my wish list.
I was pleasantly surprised seeing Triinu Pungits collection on Day 3. I heard about her previously when she published in Vogue but i have never seen her collections in real life. Of course, some of her garments were more like an artwork rather than fashion design.
If a designer wants to work in that kind of fashion field I think Triinu Pungits show a good example of how things should be done.
One of the most important key designer was Diana Arno. On Day 3 she demonstrated outstanding show and actually she was different from other designers, in a good way. Whereas some designers may be a new ones in fashion industry, Diana showed that she knows what she is doing and why.
Her collection was so feminine with so many beautiful details like bird embroideries which I loved the most. The colour palette she uses is such an inspiration for this spring.
Moreover Diana Arno stands out with the concept of her collections. Every garment is made to satisfy the mayor style needs and fulfil the outfit of urban women. While having their feet standing confidently on the ground, she lets her thoughts fly between the colourful clouds at sunset. I really love the idea that stands behind her collections.