Minimalism and traditions by Vassa&Co

New York school follower of minimalism and the “heir” of Russian traditions of costructivism, Vassa&Co in collection fall-winter/2014-2015 follows traditional designer’s cut accompanied by surprising details like asymmetrical as if torn collars and sleeves. The whole collection is based on duality and contrasts: ascetical forms matching the deep notches that gives the look sexuality; the coat, one part of each is made of black leather and the other from woolen cloth; the dress without…

 New York school follower of minimalism and the “heir” of Russian traditions of costructivism, Vassa&Co in collection fall-winter/2014-2015 follows traditional designer’s cut accompanied by surprising details like asymmetrical as if torn collars and sleeves. The whole collection is based on duality and contrasts: ascetical forms matching the deep notches that gives the look sexuality; the coat, one part of each is made of black leather and the other from woolen cloth; the dress without one sleeve.

The designer is not fond of prints, that are so popular this season. All models are made in monochrome spectrum: red, deep-blue, grey – nothing too much. As for the accessories, there were wide silver braslets that the models would wear as well on the wrists and on the forearm. Vassa&Co’s aim to make the avance-guard stylistics of new time has led to a collection far from being ordinary, which aggressive sexuality was a bit softened by strict dresses with volume sleeves.