The IPMI Trend Show 2017 is getting hotter on the fourth day. Presenting well-known designers, all the trends that will emerge in the next year are shown on this last day. Starting from the designers who are members of Made in Indonesia, Carmanita, Denny Wirawan to Andreas Odang using ruffles with an asymmetrical cut. Curious how they combine the two?
Made in Indonesia
Made in Indonesia is a campaign by 4 Indonesian designers (Mel Ahyar, Hunting Fields, Rama Dauhan, Danjyo Hiyoji) to use the Made in Indonesia label on every shirt. In trend shows this time, some of the collections on display were filled with touch ruffles as well as asymmetrical top.
The colors taken are based on the colors of nature, such as the beauty of Mount Bromo which is expressed through his work. Loose silhouettes are still a favorite of Indonesian designers for next year’s trends.
Full of floral motifs, themed collections Wanderlust it still shows touch ruffles. Technique digital printing and embroidery are combined to produce enough clothes ready to wear stylish bohemian this.
Colour blend navy, yellow and red depict the flora exposed to the sun when the designer is away traveling to various regions. As happened this year, in fact the floral motifs that were trending in the 80s will still survive next year.
Different from others, trend ruffles packed in more nuances dark with concept for the sake of couture. The all-black party dress was inspired by an abstract painting the designer saw, coupled with black mongolian (black cempaka), where the cempaka flower is a symbol of mourning in Indonesia.
The emotional expression of grief and loss in black is combined with silver accessories that symbolize determination. For those of you who like to use black, it seems ball gown and mini dress with ruffles like this you can use at important events next year.
From now on, feel free to use asymmetrical dress. Without rufflesyou can still look feminine with an asymmetrical cut loose. This is evident from the visible collection of Carmanita fresh. In terms of design, the designer himself was inspired by the various techniques he had used in his previous collections.
To add an elegant impression, you can use a dress with a touch of technique draping. 2017 seems to be the year where ruffles, asymmetrical cut and draping will be popular again.
It’s time to add to the collection ruffles in your closet, Bela.
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