Discover BARBARA BUI Fall Winter 2022.23 Collection, that brings sophisticated, ultra-sharp looks, presented during the recently finished Paris Fashion Week. The collection was inspired by the seventies and the nineties fashion, and it fuses chic couture spirit with oversized volumes, and pronounced shoulders. For the session designer playfully switches between masculine and feminine, structure and movement, sharp lines and streetstyle comfort. Fashion photographer Ecoute Chérie captured the lookbook featuring model Grace Quaye at Next Models. In charge of hair styling and makeup was beauty artist Aurélia Liansberg.
“The tailoring is bursting with hyper-femininity, perfectly fitted jackets worn over tie neck blouses, pants transformed into pleated Bermuda shorts, extended by square toe boots. Sleeveless parkas with undulating quilting, worn over suits, breathe new life into the look in a single stroke. The looks are brought to life by a gentle orange glow. An intense colorama that oscillates between cream and tan tones, shades of red and beige, as if ignited by a golden glimmer. Deep brown, vague and jarring, flashed with ultraviolet rays. Really bright black, as if polished, displayed on the tapered silhouettes, on leggings finished with stilettos. Electric blue makes an unexpected appearance in the form of an oversized puffer jacket. Ivory blends into ebony in blurred print, evoking animal motifs and textures of bark. Applied to pleats, the design becomes yet more elusive, pixelated, almost evanescent. It adorns ultra-chic blouses worn with flared pants, with nineties accents. The look is poised on a knife-edge. The style is striking, with straight, frontal lines. The movement is sharp, as if captured in action.” – from Barbara Bui