As with many of you, Fall is that time of year when I’m the most excited about fashion. There’s something about the after summer ‘back to business’ mood mixed with a change to more fashion versatile temps that makes this season fresh and unique. And when I see a collection during fashion week that seems to celebrate the art of fashion as well as respects the craftsmanship of creating beautiful, wearable clothes, I’m especially excited. Andrew Gn Spring/Summer 2019 is one of these collections.
Inspired by Veruschka, the classic+creative style of the Bloomsbury Group, and Russian Constructivism, Andrew Gn did what he does so well: create clothes that incorporates his love of art, luxurious detail and looks that are strong yet still boldly feminine.
His runway show in Paris for SS19 started with several bold looks in graphic black and white. The show progressed with striking florals, intense color, and beautifully sewn sequin looks. In addition to luxurious fabrics, the looks included feminine details such as ruffles, lace and exquisite detail in the form of rhinestone trim and embroidery. Andrew Gn incorporated trends like polka dots, frills, sequins and shimmer to create a collection that was relevant for the season yet timeless and classic.
These are my fave looks from the collection…
Totally obsessed with the snakeskin boots. They added an edgy contrast to the elegant and classic dresses.
Loved the vivid colors.
And some more since I couldn’t reduce my faves to just eight looks… 🙂
The stunning Finale dress… would be perfect for the holidays and event season!
Photos in this post courtesy of Andrew Gn.
Check out my “stories” on Instagram Highlights for some of my photos/videos of the show as well as backstage pics!