Dorhout Mees Catwalk Fashion Show MBFWA FW2015

January 26, 2015 by  
Filed under Amsterdam, Fashion

On the closing night of Amsterdam Fashion Week Esther Dorhout Mees decided to do things differently. Not just a straightforward catwalk show, but the loveliest of settings. The show area all cozied up by hundreds of light bulbs, an orchestra in the back. Stages is the name of her ninth collection, for which Esther got inspired by declined and decayed circuses. Old, ruinous theaters in which applause can be heard as a far away echo against the worn out walls (translated through beautiful colored prints). Decline, velvet, broken concrete, handmade shoes; a collection of contrasts in both shape and form. Two of the many fascinating dresses had sheer tops and dip dyed knitted skirts. Another one had tons of deep blue velvet dots attached to it. Waists were extremely small, sleeves puffy, shoes towering high. The final four looks were made out of a stunning shiny fabric which made it possible to create 3D applications. ‘This moment, contains all moments’ – CS Lewis


One Response to “Dorhout Mees Catwalk Fashion Show MBFWA FW2015”

  1. Mia Mees says:

    Ik vind vooral 3 en 4, en beide gebreide modellen mooi en heel knap gebreid.

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