And here we are, the post on the biggest show of AIFW 2011!
The well-known brand Supertrash (Dutch origin) got to close off with a marvellous show.
Hate her or love her, but designer Olcay Gulsen managed to put an impressive show on stage. The event started with off with footage from the roaring twenties, projected on lifesize screens. The rumbling music got the crowd in the mood, after which the models came in. And they kept coming! The collection was huge, and started with camel tones and floral prints.
On my wishlist: the little floral dress in the picture! The playsuits and longer pants were awesome, but I think that Supertrash often tends to become a little bit trashy at some point. The dresses and skirts were often way too short! Such a pity whenever you look at the quality of the fabrics and tailoring. My favorite leather jacket is from the hand of Supertrash (see the Velour post down below) and it's perfect!
The collection slowly diverged into the partywear. This part of the collection was kind of divided in, let's say 'super' and 'trash'. No pun intended. Some things I really, really wanted to have in my closet, and some dresses didn't even manage to cover the behinds of the petite models.
Nevertheless, Olcay Gulsen closed off with her well-known feel for glamour and said goodbye with a good portion of fireworks.
Like I said, hate it or love it. But you'll have to admit that she does have a feeling for drama, doesn't she?
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