Discover Magda Butrym‘s Spring Summer 2020 Collection, that explores both minimalism and opulence through lens of modern femininity, presented during the recently finished Paris Fashion Week. Top model Othilia Simon posed for Magda Butrym‘s Spring Summer 2020 lookbook captured by fashion photographer Jen Carey. In charge of styling was Geraldine Saglio, with creative direction from Sonia Adamczak, and production by Warsaw Creatives. Beauty is work of hair stylist Damien Boissinot, and makeup artist Christelle Cocquet.
“Minimalist, sharp lines of the collection’s tailoring allude to early 90’s power suits from an era when women had to go to the extreme to be heard. Magda’s pieces are softened with the gentle gathering at the waist for a feminine silhouette, and oversized trench coats are cut in delicate fluid satin for a sophisticated, graceful feel. Other, more masculine shapes are tamed with the use of the rich buttery leather, lending an elegance to pieces that could otherwise be interpreted as hard and unforgiving. But Magda’s masculine fashion is on women’s terms.
Magda reworks her signature decorative elements – the ruffles, creases, foldings, and gives them a new, notable presence and volume on an enticing line-up of dresses: from strong-shouldered, print-rich, gathered mini dresses, to the full-length, voluminous models with opulently ornamented sleeves, and sensual, luxurious silk slip-on’s – each time “the Magda dress” stands out as an exciting, visually striking statement. When looking at the season’s signature piece – the mini dress, for which Magda turned her 2D signature rose print into a 3D sculpted flower construction, one can’t escape the feeling of this oversized silk rose to be the proud celebration of powerful femininity. Brand’s signature print also aligns with this season’s allure for the bold, and in addition to the more classic prints in reds and pastels, it takes on a daring, almost fluorescent hues.“
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