Today’s collection by designer Freya Dalsjö is one that I completely fell in love with when I saw it. The use of colour and lines created are artistically beautiful with is something that Freya strives to achieve within her collections.
Launched in 2012 after studying at the renowned Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, she proceed to open the Copenhagen Fashion week her debut SS13 collection which was described by Didder Rønlund as ‘fashion boldness’.
All images courtesy of Copenhagen Fashion Week
Her SS15 collection features colour popping fur, a material that she loves and is explored further with her on going collaboration with Kopenhagen Fur. She has used this material to create graphic almost brush like strokes on a canvas which have then been infused onto textured fabric and used to create oversized dress type tops over wide leg trousers. These brush strokes have also been applied to kimono style wrap dress which really pop from their neutral background. In the video below Freya explains her inspiration behind the collection.
I really love the sculptural abstract lines that have been created using colour which have been used to make some amazing and beautiful pieces which are perfect for any confident woman. What do you think of this collection? I would love to hear your thoughts.