The other half of the collection is naturally white. There were two (or three?) nude colored pieces. All of them quite lovely, for the people who’s skin color won’t work well with white nor black. Back to the white pieces. Long sleeves, simple and fitted as they are I think they’re quite brilliant -specially for pre-faal collection. At least here where I live in the time of beginning of fall those do come really handy. I’m not the biggest fan of the layered look (second from right), but I think CK might be onto something with it. It’s interesting at least.
I look up to Calvin Klein. Though it’s so far from my personal style and though I’m not sure I’d even ever want to dress just like that.
But no matter that I really enjoy looking at pieces like Calvin Klein’s. They’re so clean, perfectly cut and pretty much fit amazingly. I also admire the way the use materials. As that’s pretty much all they play with. There’s not much color, not details, just few main points in the garment made with as simple things as pockets and classic / basic cuts. And you can see that the materials aren’t any more random than what ever it was that Einstein discovered.
I love it how they’ve focused on few pieces and made variations of it. I don’t know how good it is from a more commercial point of view, but I don’t think company like CK takes much chances. I love it how shocking the dress made out of shining material look like. Fantastic. Also the trousers being just a bit too long and made out of material that makes it look so flattering and -well, almost sexy.