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     Young American Adam Andrascik became a designer of French couture house Guy LaRoche

and showed his collection autumn-winter 2015-2016, 4 March  in Paris. He announced:  “I am boy from Pittsburg coming to Paris”. He said some words about founder of house ,Guy Laroche “He was very much of-the-moment. It’s my challenge to bring that relevance”.
Designer continues theme of House: feminine – masculine in this collection. He juxtaposed masculine classic with languishing  silhouettes: printed leather biker jackets and deconstructed trenchcoats contrasted by figure-hugging knitwear, and devore brocade skirts. The latter texture, key to the maison, is now reworked as an accentuated mix of textiles.
Adam Andrascik tried to do collection that pays homage to the founder’s vision, but adding bold, sexy elements: plunging v-necks, oval cutouts , reminiscent of some of Guy Laroche’s 70s pieces. He masterfully combined it with his vision of deconstruction in fashion.
Elements of the collection are also inspired by Peter Greenaway’s film ” Pillow Book” , a sensual drama set in Japan that revolves around a calligrapher’s daughter. This had led Andrascik to design long and lean volumes,linear, graphic panels, gold prints and inject elements of calligraphy. The ink-up artistry also appears in tattooed leather pieces, something the designer experimented with on his own line and is pushing further today. This plays with the idea of clothing as second skin.
This makes for a sexy yet androgynous collection, with relevant but lush pieces for a bold, urban woman.
Fabrics include: sequin- embellished denim, tubular lurex knitwear, chiffon netting and leather.

    Colours are :  black, white, silver, gold, bordeaux.

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