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The Style Editor Edit BARBARA BUI – FALL-WINTER 2017

BARBARA BUI – FALL-WINTER 2017

For fall it s all about girl gang members in  BARBARA BUI – FALL-WINTER 2017 collection.  It is great when trends stick around for a few season.  Patch work, sherling coats and metallic show up again in this collection.

Biker-inspired sporty designs combined with cocoons of protective enveloping outerwear high-tech silver leathers tempered by soft sand shearlings. In contrast to these comfortable shapes, smart jackets and close-fitting jumpers draw attention to sharp shoulders.

The Style Editor Edit BARBARA BUI – FALL-WINTER 2017

 

Snakes – a recurring symbol in the brand’s dna over the years – are the hallmark of an evening for sequin-embroidered pieces, rock jackets, cool sweatshirts and sensual blurring. Mountain boots alter the sophisticated silhouettes while motorcycle boots contradict the subtle blurring. The “nouvelle vague” bag in nubuck or cavallino recalls biker colours.

 

The collection is filled with Ready to Wear pieces and sporty casual wear.

 

Photo Credit: Barbara Bui

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