After witnessing Mikhael Kale’s S/S 2015 assemblage, I am completely motivated to step up my style game to another level. Not only was this collection extremely innovative, but it was super flirty and pretty all at the same time. Kale’s shows are always a Fashion Week highlight. His designs are lustrous, sexy and commanding, with his use of sporadic approach to colour and materials.
His showcase at WMCFW displayed white-and-pastel pieces of pencil skirts and shiny silver fabrics. Moto jackets with sheath dresses trimmed with clear vinyl embraced the runway as well. His architectural lines were of constant discussion backstage, but no one overlooked his attempts to soften his garments with sheer yet gleaming materials.
As per Canadian Living, when asking Mr.Kale why this collection is so perfect for Spring, 2015, he replied “That’s a big question. I don’t really design that way. Obviously, I find inspiration in what’s happening, and I’m familiar with trends and trend forecasting, and that’s all part of my job. But I’ve been working with Tony Irvine who’s the fashion director for Dazed and Confused and i-D magazine and we wanted to play with redefining what I wanted for my brand. It’s all about architecture. It’s all about the female form. That’s really what it was about. And every season I try to achieve a really beautiful silhouette, and come up with something that’s interesting and new and new techniques.”
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