Any runway show that starts off with a model walking a puppy is bound to be a good one, and SOIA & KIYO’s S/S 2015 Collection on the fourth day of WMCFW S/S 2015 did not disappoint. We’re not quite sure who walked the first look of the collection, the model or Gemma, their furry mascot. Regardless of who walked who, all we know is that we fell in love with the muted neutral palette of the designs as well as the bright pops of yellow that felt like rays of sunlight.
SOIA & KIYO’s S/S 2015 Collection
Being both a mens and womenswear designer, we knew for sure that all of the pieces would come out tailored to perfection, and that they did. All of the jackets were expertly lined (hello, do we see a beautiful floral peeping out from one of the jackets?), and had modern yet chic cuts. We saw lots of boxy silhouettes again, proving that the over-sized style is still popular as ever.
The majority of the collection was absent of prints or patterns except for a black and white striated one that was reminiscent of the bark from a birch tree. As strange as the correlation can be, that was the print that we felt attracted to the most. We especially loved how the interior of one of the coats using that print had a black lining that stood out as a nice contrast against the mainly white jacket
Salmon pink once again made an appearance in SOIA & KYO’s collection as it already had throughout the week. They picked a really nice pastel shade of it though and it went well together with the burnt orange and deep reds that ran throughout the designs.
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