Into infinity and beyond
Designer with Slovak roots Zoltán Tóth presented his SS21 collection to the world in a really big style. Accompanied by lighting effects and dramatic music, his models gave a very energetic and youthful impression. Just like last year, he managed to attract enormous attention with his show. However, the question remains whether it was the good kind of attention...
Zoltán is definitely not one of the designers who fear creating various color combinations. Quite on the contrary. His new collection boasts a myriad of colors and its dominant shade is distinctive green. But since I don't wear very colorful clothes myself and I like to make safe bets, I came to enjoy this black, minimalist model, complemented with a black waist belt. In my opinion, it gives the outfit finesse and emphasizes feminine curves. Black will simply never go out of style and Zoltán pulled this off marvelously!
Campy green killed it
This combination of a white over-size blouse, a pink skirt and green shoes, however, looks to me about as refined as when "Doggie and Moggie were making a cake". This is a no for me. Although the models are made of a light material and a woman can certainly feel good in them, I would never wear this combination, and I say that while fully aware of all the fashion faux-pas I've made in the past. I don't like the new "upgrade" of the iconic Levi's jeans. This bell-bottom pantskirt (not sure how to call this thing), morever paired with a pink top and green shoes, looks very tacky. Besides, I'm firmly convinced you need to have a perfect figure for this outfit. Or a ton of courage.
Not great, not terrible
White is the color of purity, elegance and sophistication. However, I'm not entirely sure what to think about the white models in Zoltán's collection. Although overall, the collection looked very airy, timeless and occasionally futuristic, if I were to choose a single piece to wear, for example this blouse, I'm not sure if I could find one.