BIANCA - Spring/Summer 2011
The main theme running through the new Spring/Summer 2011 collection is 24-hour styling which gives the customer the security and confidence of being dressed for any occasion at any time of day. The demands of the customer have been growing ever louder for this kind of versatility. As a brand, bianca Moden understands the importance of keeping in step with the times and is adept at picking up on changing attitudes in its collections. The separates are systematically coordinated and can be mixed and matched like building blocks in a modular system. The visual compatibility of colours and styles explains the justified confidence of the consumer.
The collection is centred on 10 themes:
The first delivery period sees a soft transition into the warmer time of year, picking up on the winter trends and giving them an early summer twist by introducing lighter materials and new colours. The dark colours Black and Graphite are still taking the lead role, with Off-White and Cool Blue in the supporting cast. A slimline leather jacket creates a focal point and is teamed with chic long-sleeved shirts and smart jeans. Layering is the ideal approach to styling in cooler temperatures, with short jackets, printed shirts, knitted cardigans and tunics creating the perfect stage set
Café de Paris
The mood is lifting slowly and the brighter colours of Coffee, Toffee and Stone are coming out to play with details in Off-White and various shades of Apricot and Mango. Check patterns are still popular and have become a firm favourite with bianca customers. Knitted cardigans and T-shirts with stripes and delicate applique details place a subtle emphasis on the romance of womanhood. New blazer styles and smart leather jackets add the finishing touches. Knitwear also features to bring a cosy look with long cardigans and cute knitted dresses.
Grey for Day
Beautiful shades of grey, like Graphite or Quartz, are brightened up with Mint, Peppermint and Menthol. These fantastic colour combinations have star potential, and shirts, blouses and jackets in these shades will be next summer's must-haves. A boyfriend blazer with matching loose-fit turned-up jeans is really cool. A suit in iridescent fabric picks up the boyfriend look and is one of the highlights of this collection.
Stripes are a firm favourite in this theme. The pattern is reinterpreted on blazers, shirts and cardigans. This blue range would not be complete without fashion originals like jeans in modern leg widths, denim skirts and shirt blouses. Light Rose, Champagne and Icy Blue are used for tops to bring splashes of colour.
For the "Deauville" theme the blue is stronger and the materials are finer. Teamed with White and Quartz, the result is a new youthful elegance which conveys a more feminine look.
Kenya Lodge / African Queen Linens and cottons are the materials of choice. The colours which play to the strengths of the fashion safari are Toffee and Stone teamed with Magenta and Cyclamen. The classic leopard print is reinvented as the reptile look. Tops have "wild" patterns or gathers while trousers are plain-coloured in earthy tones with elegant cuts.
"African Queen" has the feel of an extended holiday and uses Atlantis Blue and Lime Green to accentuate the desert tones. A shirt dress or chinos teamed with cool shirts, tops and ranger shirts is an all-inclusive package guaranteed to make the right fashion statement.
5th Avenue / Nevada
Black and Dark Galaxy form the basic palette, with Off-White and Passion Fruit adding a refreshing touch. Light and dark is the quintessential combination of haute couture. For the meeting there are pleat-top trousers to wear with a long blouse or shirt and a blazer. Bold prints can come out for dinner, on knee-length dresses which drape softly around the contours and flatter the figure. A trouser suit with a dinner jacket is the perfect companion for the opera and will always turn heads when worn with a sequined top.
"Nevada" is as playful as a summer breeze and easy on the eye in Linen, Dune and Toffee with White, Ivory and Light Sand. The colours are delicate and so are the styles, with tunic blouses to match casual cotton trousers or tops as well as beautiful petite boleros and elegant dresses.
As midsummer approaches the trousers get shorter and the popular cropped style is back with casual shirts and short-sleeved jackets. Dresses naturally feature in the collection, as do loose-fitting shifts which the bianca customer likes to wear with slightly flared trousers.
The collection of bianca is available in brand store bianca in TZUM.
BAGATT – Fall/Winter 2010
The Fall/Winter 2010 collection of BAGATT aims at very essential and reassuring lines that comes out from the to the fashion of the 70s - 80s.
The colors are typical of winter: blacks, browns and greys for a seductive and feminine look for a woman who doesn't want to renounce to the market trends.
Password: high heels, accompained by laces and straps that swathe and lengthen both foot and ankle. The real protagonist of the season is the animal that patterns in grand style to the winter window, involving an entire collection: ballerina, vertiginous heels and bags of various sizes.
Close fitting black leather and high heels build the image of the woman who "never has to ask". Rays of light refract off winter shoes and accessories to create a variety of shiny shades for more sophisticated mood in which mistery becomes the boss.
The typical winter's cold sparks off a longing for cocooning and warmth. Fur coat and sheepskin cover everything from head to toe, from bags to boots, from gloves to soft fur scarves. All for a street fashion with an ecological soul. The bagatt winter proposal satisfies also the needs of an informal woman, who doesn't renounce to the convenience of the everyday life. Comfortable shoulder straps and laced boots are true allies in this naive femininity!