Saturday, 25 March 2017

I R O | fall 2017 rtw

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I'd like Iro to make more of an effort to hire at the very least two or three models of colour. How wonderful would it have been to see a different ethnicity in the all white ensemble? 


Unfortunately, the lack of diversity has forced me to cut off the heads of the models in this segment.


Back to the presentation, there were some nicely done seasonal trends. For Fall, statement pieces included motorcycle jackets with a curve of a ruffle in back (a detail that also runs down the calf on faux leather leggings and boots); I really kept thinking about Crown Atelier the entire time.  A cool separate was the crackled silver shearling perfection with a black fur collar; and cozy leather-belted gray overcoats (essential for covering up their new light-as-air wrap dresses, ’70s-style peasant dresses, the black devoré velvet number with gold flecks known in-house as "the open dress," or this season’s inevitable bodysuit). I really did like every piece, I just need to see different kinds of models being involved in future shows and look-books!!!!!!


Yes, I intentionally repeated one of the looks because that grey coat is spectacular.