As with all her previous collections, Stefanie Biggel‘s newest look book brings to life another illustrated fantasy in the form of fabrics, colours and textures. Staying true to her signature androgynous, clean cut aesthetic – Biggel’s Spring Summer 2014 collection presents a fresh look on the paradoxical relationship of anonymity and loneliness in urban cities.
Models wander through the pages of a concrete jungle, wearing clothes that symbolise the clash of emotions of the modern woman. Juxtaposed fabrics such as stubborn neoprene line delicate dresses and floating digitalised prints seep through the covetable frames. A renown favourite of the Swiss designer is the bomber jacket, which returns with a playful masculine twist. Imagine sumptuous chiffon and silks with sturdy zips and cuffs, and you have Biggel’s majestic creation.
Contributing to the look book’s storyline, each garment serves a purpose with their individual role revealed on their printed hanging tag on the inside. Whether tough or soft, oversized or fitted, Stephanie Biggel’s latest collection only embraces the love affair of opposites.
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