Liselore Frowijn presented her Autumn Winter 2017/18 collection during the ongoing Paris Fashion Week. Inspired by baroque and nature in the work of Dutch sculptor Alfred Eikelenboom, the collection celebrates the freedom of movement and comfort.
By prioritizing human unity and freedom, Frowijn’s fall-winter 2017 collection is an outdoor rather than sporty proposal, while still attaching herself to the sophisticated prints she has always gone for. Throughout her collection there were shades of grey and red, yellow and blue, colors that Eikelenboom often used. References to colors of India were also considered, in order to show a new possible world or a new perspective for a referential metropolis today. Frowijn created gradient prints for silk and wool fabrics that show the transition the world is in at the moment as well as working with Dutch VLISCO-wax patterns. – from Liselore Frowijn
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Images courtesy of Liselore Frowijn