Sunday, February 21, 2010

Risto F/W '10

If you are not yet aware of Macedonian designer Risto Bimbiloski, please, hurry up and hop on the bandwagon, because his line is just too freaking cool (Ahem, pardon my momentary lapse into middle-school age effusiveness).

Want.

The Risto line is distinguished by incredible fabric patterns and gorgeous knitwear. The Fall collection was inspired by the strangely captivating work of digital artist Nicola Sassoon, "imagined landscapes 'painted' in basic computer pixels, inspire a collection that mixes the natural with the synthetic." I love that he created such vibrant colorful pieces for fall. Looking at some of these vivid patterns, I can picture an otherworldly techno landscape where the colors flow like a slow moving rainbow river. Along with the techno-patterns were knit pieces bearing bold geometric designs, and ranging from cozy, soft winter wear to almost spidery-webby sheer.



All in all, a definite high point of my fashion week experience. Take a look at all the fall Risto looks below.

Comments

Vyque said...

"I can picture an otherworldly techno landscape where the colors flow like a slow moving rainbow river." Best. Description. Ever. And you doubt your writing skills??? I must smack you