An edgy show. Łukasz Jemioł for the autumn/winter 2017/18 season

2017-09-28 An edgy show. Łukasz Jemioł for the autumn/winter 2017/18 season

On September 26 at Mińska 85, the Prussian Printing House complex in Warsaw featured an autumn/winter show with the collection by Łukasz Jemioł. The show was kept in a decadent, sensual atmosphere of edginess. The black interior of the hall and arrangement in leopard spots made a fine set with the wild temper of the presented designs. The catwalk featured 50 silhouettes, which perfectly reflected this season’s newest trends.

The women’s collection is a daring mix of deep necklines (both from the front, as well as the back), nonchalant shirts, “cold shoulder” designs with nonstandard materials such as corduroy, tulle or fur. Men’s sets presented both the wild aspect of the show, seen in the cuts on sleeves and panels (which, in turn, resembled traces of cat claws), as well as toned pieces with a dominance of checkers and stripes. The show also featured soft wool coats, rough overscaled sweaters, robe-like, smooth trenches and fleshy knitted blouses.

Łukasz Jemioł, as a sensitive artist and ASP graduate, is perfect at composing a palette of colors. This autumn will be full of hues of muddy brown, gold, whitened graphite, olive green and navy blue. The toned mix of colors will be complemented with carmine. The red flowing dress with a deep cut and red coat with a furry sleeve considerably stressed this collection’s edginess.

The blouses featured a new slogan - “Hunted”. This is both a reference to the animal nature of the collection and hunts made for the most beautiful predators, as well as a proposal to hunt for items from the new basic line that is headed for the stores.

Łukasz Jemioła’s show couldn’t take place without the sensually sparkling Cisowianka Perlage, which has become a permanent element of Polish fashion.