It's said that black is a timeless classic. But who would want to wear black, when they can have a bright purple, especially if it comes in the form of tight bell bottoms? Vanda Janda is a diva with her body and soul and her fashion show was yet another proof of that. Oversized short jackets, feathers and wild colors. What more could you want?!
In the creative process, Vanda was inspired by her grandmother, whom she also dedicated the collection.
"I drew inspiration from the most beautiful moments in her life at the Baltic Sea. Another source of inspiration were the silhouettes, which she wore all her life,"
the young designer shared with LP-life.cz. That means a lot of shoulder pads, wide pants and vibrant colors. As far as materials are concerned, she opted for wool, cashmere or silk. Vanda pulled off a collection that's playful, entertaining, and I really, really enjoy it.
Look out, here comes the queen!
Who'd want to be a gray mouse when they can wear a pastel colored dress with feathers and feel like a Beyoncé-style queen? Nobody, it seems, because pretty much every woman in the hall was fascinated by this utterly original, yet at the same time elegant dress. And who could blame them?
Can a business ensemble be every woman's dream? Vanda Janda proves it totally can!
I can't decide what I love more about this piece. Is it the bright purple color, the great cut of the pants, or the fact that it goes against all the practical purposes ensembles are typically made for and reveals the belly? Be that as it may, all I can say to this model is an enthusiastic "yes".
Some models from Vanda's collection are impossible to forget, yet others seemed to me rather uninspiring in the context of the entire fashion show. Maybe it's because the bar was really high, maybe I'm simply unable to appreciate anything that can't be spotted from the distance of at least fifty meters due to its bold color. In any case, I did find the combination of a jacket, a swimsuit, high-heeled shoes and long legs interesting, but rather than anything else, it gave me an inferiority complex without being particularly appealing.