From the Factory Floor to the LFW in 24 hours
Unusual shapes that incorporate practical features: Miista goes down the catwalk for the very first time, showing during London Fashion Week alongside with a German designer Paula Knorr.
Knorr - German-born/ London-based designer, known for her draping skills and an unusual garment prints reminded us the actual purpose of fashion:
"That a woman (not the clothes she wears) should be leading the way."
Quote via: Opening Ceremony.
Paula was also awarded NEWGEN by the British Fashion Council, one of the most internationally recognised talent identification schemes.
For her SS18 Collection, she teamed up with x Miista serving slashed, frilled and velvet stirupped looks in shades of lilac, red and beige.
With the shoes, we both wanted to combine her love for breathtaking colours with an elegant form of Miista silhouettes.
Scroll down for the fruits of our labour fresh off the runaway.
Or should we say fresh from the factory floor as our designs left the finishing line only 24 hours before the show. Designed in London, Handcrafted in Spain.
Images courtesy of Vogue and D-Ark:
Photography / Daniel Fraser, Styling / Fannie Akerblom, Models / Lydia Atchison,Tsiu Kim, Lotje @ LINDEN STAUB, Jewellery / Räthel&Wolf, Shoes / MIISTA, Make up / Martina Lattanzi , Hair / Ami Fujita