At London’s Fashion Week Corrie Nielsen played with tradition by adding volume to her silhouettes that dramatically pushed the boundaries of shape and form. Her show, which was titled “Florilegium” was inspired by flora and fauna. Neilsen researched the collection at the Royal Botanical Gardens and by studying botanical blueprints conceived by Makoto Muryama. Romantic and feminine with flawlessly cut fabrics, the majority of the collection was in a palette of soft pastels with silk fabrics and cascading dip-dyed colors. Couture inspired collections with medieval influences and subtle androdgyny have become her signature. Her timeless, ethereal silhouettes for Spring / Summer 2013 demonstrated once again her genius ability to create a collection that is unforgettable.
Fashion Week Coverage by The Untitled Magazine