Bye bye Norway, I’m back in London after a wonderful Christmas holiday with family and friends and it’s not over yet. I just realized it’s New Year eve tomorrow and haven’t got a clue what to wear, I never really plan it but I wouldn’t mind having this dress that I spotted at Ada Zanditon’s presentation during LFW in September, haven’t been able to forget about it ever since.
The british and ethical designer Ada Zanditon presented her Spring/Summer Collection 2011 called ‘The Pyramora’ yesterday at the Victoria House. A quite unknown designer to me so I really didn’t know what to expect but when I read through the idea and thoughts around this collection there was something that caught my interest, words like geometry, architecturally cut, pyramid structures and mathematical exploration, this was the right place for me, 2 interests of mine combined, fashion and mathematics, and yes, I do have a degree in math.
Summed up it was a beautiful show where all the references above suddenly made sense, Egyptian pyramids formation throughout the whole collection, the details on the dresses and hair and the models also moved in a triangular choreography. Images are taken by me with my little pocket camera, sadly the avant-garde dress in metallic brown that almost made me loose my breath came out blurry so not included above but hopefully I will have time during the day to snap it at Esthetica.
The collection will be shown at Rendes-Vous Femme in Paris, from 1st-4th October for those of you there.