Arthur Arbesser‘s Ready-To-Wear Fall 2018 collection showed his soft yet elegant side which is more appealing and definitely more feminine. The collection showcased his love for the rich creative heritage of his home city, Vienna. The collection focused on the work of Koloman Moser, a Wiener Werkstätte co-founder and graphic artist who died 100 years ago this year and who was a key contributor to his city’s modernist flowering.
His creations influenced the Arthur Arbesser collection’s geometric patterns giving a graphic appeal to softly contoured dresses, tank dresses, skirt suits cut in generous silhouettes and silk pants worn with coordinated blouses. Moser’s designs for interiors, vases, and furniture inspired metallic pastel coats and skirts patterned with diamond stitching, full poplin dresses with gentle printed gridding, and pants and coats decorated in more stripes overlaid with triangles. The colours and patterns rioted above gold and red patent boots which gave off both a rigorous and nonchalant appearance.
A look at the Arthur Arbesser Fall 2018 collection below…
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