Third Day at Vancouver Fashion Week

March 23, 2017  15:18  |  Fashion

Vancouver Fashion Week kicked off day three with incredible new designers, creating remarkable pieces with inspiration merging from various styles and techniques. Tonight’s theme is introduced with a modest tone and closes with the most risquee.

Vancouver Fashion Week 2017 - KRISTEN LEY

Photos by Arun Nevader

KRISTEN LEY

Vancouver Fashion Week 2017

KRISTEN LEY – CANADA 

With Kristen Ley’s approach to clothing inspiring woman, Ley’s risque look includes structured leather pieces with an avant garde type ambiance. Having studied fashion in Vancouver, Ley embarks her visions through her creative designs and a high fashion feel. This years collection is filled with beautiful, fun and tasteful pieces.

Tristen Mickelson - SwO magazine

TRISTEN MICKELSON – UNITED STATES 

Designer takes fashion week by storm with his womenswear collection. The seventeen-years-old designer is well on his way to the big leagues, already counting 9 years of fashion design experience under his belt. T.M constructs his designs with a street like style and a high culture vibe which highlights the uniqueness of his creations. Having recently showed in Seattle Fashion Week, Tristen Mickelson is presenting a new line of innovative and ready-to-wear pieces, accentuating each body and giving fashion a new name. The use of dark hues, fur and the signature pant he’s placed on all the models has allowed a trendy vibe to be presented.

MOSKAL - SwO magazine

MOSKAL – CANADA 

Stephanie Moscall-Varey is the face behind the women’s wear brand MOSKAL. While her techniques are influenced by natural forms and fabrics, the knowledge accumulated and the inspiration collected from the environmental beauty of her hometown of Southern Ontario, encourages an innovated approach. The animal fur embellishments and the appropriate fit combined, equal the true meaning behind noteworthy pieces of clothing. Her delicate tones and gentle feel for women’s clothes reflect her collection immensely. Each item strutted down the runway was truly remarkable.

Hangjun Jo

HANGJUN JO – UNITED KINGDOM  

Hangjun Jo women’s collection was inspired by 1920’s tennis. With numerous wools and fabrics intertwined in his work. Hanjun Jo’s distinctive knowledge with patterns and prints allows for an artistic approach in his creations. Fitted to a T, each item works with the different patterns that collide. The soft fabric, rugged edges and asymmetric designs added to the collection and finished with a loud applause.

KAKOPIEROS - SwO magazine

KAKOPIEROS - SwO magazine

KAKOPIEROS – AUSTRALIA 

Naming Anne Frank as the inspiration behind her collection, Kakopieros embeds dark and chaotic elements to her work. With fabrics outside the “norm,” Kakopieros uses rubber and latex to showcase her visions. Unlike other designers, Kakopieros’ vibe is expressed from influence of worldwide issues – refugees and the environment crisis. The dark leather appeal with splashes of neon green leave the audience wondering where else Kakopieros may take this collection. Just when you thought it could not get more erratic, the disjointed Barbie legs that hang from the models like earrings add a characteristic unlike ever seen before. This collection has an apparent sex appeal attached and the use of everything out of the ordinary has the audience standing just to snap their own photos at these mischievous pieces.


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