Holding fast to his usual color story of muted basics and a geometric, architectural design palette, Ivarluski Aseron sent down the runway a keen lineup of finely imagined dresses that showcase the designer’s aptitude for impeccable tailoring and proclivity for stark silhouettes and sharp details.
Taking inspiration from the serenity of a Japanese rock garden, Ivar created one of a kind dresses whose silhouettes' simplicity embody the tranquility of his inspiration, and at once address a rockery’s gamut of textures and edges. Lines run very close to the body, emphasizing the curviness of the female form, while suggestive geometric cutouts on the hips, décolletage, and thighs add more than just a hint of the inspiration’s inherent toughness.
“I envision these pieces being worn by women who are not afraid to experiment and are able to hold their own in any given situation,” Ivar says about the women he had in mind when coming up with the collection. And indeed, such cleverly designed garments require wearers less sartorially tranquil than the collection’s inspiration.
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