Oslo Runway Day 2
This is one of the presentations I always look forward to. And that is because you never know to expect. Admir Batlak uses so extremely unique techniques that makes his clothes so amazing. And not to mention his colour use is impeccable. I truly fall into a fairytail land when I see his collections and this one must be the wildest one. Because the creations he have made here got me wondering how. How is it possible to make elements like these with the fabric “growing out of itself” like he told me. I’m just so amazed! And it truly fits well to showcase the new collection in an art galleri beacuse this is not only fashion but art in the clearest form.
Imaging growing into an art form of materials that combines fashion and art. Like in this collection a crossing between something wearable as much as something you would put on the wall.
What I loved most from this collection was the turquise, pink, blue and purple pieces. Because I really loved everything but these colour combinations got me at heart. When I was very young (and still) I loved anime (japanese cartoons/drawings). And how the models was positionated into their poses with the hairstyles and capses showed me some refrences to that style. Fun, coourful and imaganinative. Pure joy to my eyes. So you have done it again Adimr Batlak, a beautiful collection that I absolutely love.