Autumn/Winter 2018 fashion lookbook retouching – “Other People” collection
„All peaces of the collection are in tune with each other. So there’s no need to be a stylist or to make a lot of effort so that you can combine it into a whole.”- says Austėja Jablonskytė, a well-known Lithuanian stylist. She has shared her impressions after the photoshoot made to introduce the new designer’s Diana Vapsve autumn–winter collection. The interlocutor added – new line, which includes blouses, trousers, dresses, coats, integrity and color gamut, – is fascinating!
“So I have tried all the pieces of the collection and I can confirm – they look stylishly wearing them! Most importantly – they do not have to be bad for beauty! After all, comfort now is one of the most important factors that are relevant for a modern woman.” – said A. Jablonskytė. She assured her that dresses seemed very impressive for her. The stylist in her closet has a number of clothing decorated with heavenly symbols – stars. “O coat teddy bear” reminded me of my childhood – after all, many of us had a similar winter “accessory” – stylist spoke with a smile.
The author of the “Other People” assured that model perfectly revealed the main idea –
clothes can emphasize the brightness of a woman, expressiveness, ability to stand out and not lose in the crowd even, apparently, having no free time for a second. “Therefore this way of life inspired me to create clothes that would suit both day and evening. The accents of modern classics here also play an important role, “- said the creator.
So according to her, A. Jablonskytė is one of the brightest, most stylish but at the same time the most busy women of the present generation indeed, so it is important for her to discover such dressing combinations that would emphasize her individuality, be comfortable and easily transformed by replacing the accessories. “Other people,” she says, is focused on the collection of overalls as she has the most outrageous coat ever, helping to create a perfect personalized image every day.
Photography (c) Virginijus Vapsva