PFW FALL WINTER 2017-18 – ANREALAGE FW
An experimental and avant-garde approach, as typical of Kunihiko Morinaga, is the starting point of Anrealage for Autumn Winter 2017. The designer studied the form of things, moving from the perfect shapes of nature. Thus, in collaboration with Japanese sculptor Kohei Nawa, they created clothes whose shapes are reminiscent of sea waves and trees’ roots or circular motifs that recall the annual rings of trees. Among denim, jacquard, crochet, silk ruffles, ribbons and laser-bleached fabrics, the result is a sculptural and feminine collection, dominated by earthy tones and 50s silhouettes.
Review by Francesca Milano
Photographer Guido Pancotti
Video William Frank