Kristian Aadnevik catwalk show report A/W 2014 for LFW
Lace, skin, studs and chiffon, all flowing away as the models walked upon the catwalk in the Royal Horseguards in London. The feminine and sensual beauty of this collection had many gawping at the risky nature of the clothing, while imagining the beautiful events these dresses will get taken to.
With the material lightly covering the visible skin underneath, the outfits gave a sense of danger and passion. The fit of the clothing defied the either/or rule of high and low on either end by showing suggestive body on all of the outfits. Whether it was an exquisite tight mini dress, or a bodice with a beautiful river-like flowing trail behind the legs, all of the outfits were beautiful.
There was no set colour theme, which gave more of a surprising element to the clothing which was very much desired; the clothing ranged from being all neutral toned colours with simple dull gold and low tones of red and purple, or loud and exciting red and aqua blue, with all of the items giving a look of luxurious quality.
The fit of the clothing was tight on the top and either non-existent from the thighs down, or long, see-through and flowing. A main theme upon all of the clothing was the thick belt, or material from the outfit pinching in at the waist, making the most out of the natural feminine curves of women.
A lot of lace was used upon the top of the outfits, allowing the flawless skin to seep through, and many of the lower parts of the clothing had built up material to flounce and flow, dancing around the walking legs of the models.
The whole collection held the coveted little black dress look, long and flowing Saharan material, suggestive lace or a fit showing more skin, and overall Aadnevik achieved quite a show to match the show-like nature of this clothing.
Photos: Krisztian Pinter
To see our behind the scenes report for Kristian Aadnevik’s A/W 2014 collection visit here.