One of the most intriguing shows at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Amsterdam in a very profoundly emotional way was Miriam Reikerstorfer’s SS17 collection named “Subconscious”. Bringing us to a seemingly dark, but much more complex world of subconscious feelings she showed us flowing, almost ghoulish silhouettes in shades of black, grey and petrol with some very surprising pops of bright red color. As we absolutely love ombre pattern schemes to begin with, the use of it here added so much to the marvelous construction and draping of the designs, sophisticated yet playful and daring.
Convoked by the sounds of roaring engines coming from backstage, the south-western desert scenery of Nevada adorned with Vegas-esque neon signs welcomes the audience to the reverie named “Sweet Rebel” by Dennis Diem. With the catwalk illuminated in mystical hues of electric blue, the models strut by in outrageous creations of a collection that appears to have been soaked-in-black leather, dipped-in-pastels and laced-with-romance. Wearing sky high heels, the models are flanked by shiny powerful motorcycles which cruise down the catwalk, adding an unmerciful amount of exhilaration to the spectacle.