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A.W.A.K.E. RTW Fall 2019

It started off strongly with beautifully structured pieces, yet arced off into a poorly developed story line when creative designer Natalia Alaverdian split her collection into three different narratives. In the first chapter, which was reminiscent of Phoebe Philo’s Celine, neutral palettes and chic silhouettes highlighted the designer’s deft hand at tailoring.
Skirts were cut asymmetrically and held together by a deconstructed waistband and these pieces were shown in a variation of black leather, grey wool and beige cotton options. Leather looks stole the show, a pair of high-waisted trousers stood out sharply and elsewhere, a high-shine skirt ensemble popped.
Just as suddenly as it started, the music stopped and the stage was plunged into darkness with many wondering if Alaverdian had presented a very short yet sweet collection – which would have been ideal.
Then the second section started off with a tartan square neck dress, a jarring departure from the brown pleated coat that was just shown before. “The second part was very me, what I have inside, just crazy. It’s a little bit of Scottish Highlander and Tudor-y,” Alaverdian said.
She played with necklines from an off-the-shoulder top cut with a sweetheart neckline to a darted white top with a u-shape

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Via:: https://wwd.com/runway/fall-ready-to-wear-2019/london/awake/review/