Fashion Week is always a special time for me: though busy and intense, it’s a week of celebrating beauty, creativity, and innovation. And there’s nothing more special than seeing a friend debut on the runway…
And what a debut it was.
The spring/summer 2014 collection of Nonoo was inspired by artist Gerard Richter, who uses an incredible technique involving photography, projection, paint, and a squeegee to make slightly blurred yet stunning artworks. The designs on the fabrics emulated that blur, coupled with deconstructed tailoring to create a powerful and feminine look. Nonoo’s woman is intelligent and active – and her clothing is stylish without fail.
It was love at first sight when I met Misha at her presentation last year – not only for her beautiful collection, but also for her charm and energy. Our friendship has led to some gorgeous creations and I can’t wait to see what comes next for her.
Congratulations to Misha and best of luck in the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Competition!
6 thoughts on “Nonoo”
As always…so lovely!
The gorgeous green numbers especially call to me. I absolutely LOVE the collaboration you two worked on together. Made me want to run through the forest in a ball gown…
I love every look!
Vittoria from 5 IN THE MORNING
Beautiful, I love the last skirt!!!
I’m swooning! Especially over the second look!
I’m discovering this designer because of you (although in French, because is a negative word, don’t know if it is in English too, hope not. If it is, think the opposite) and I really like it! I’m definitely watching the show on Style.com very soon! -F, your Belgian admirateur