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May 15, 2017

The top 5 up and coming designers in spring 2017

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Spring is all about color, joy and freedom. Finally, the long, hard and freezing winter is coming to an end. You absolutely HAVE to celebrate this! Without further ado, we present the top 5 up and coming designers in the spring of this great year!

Nehera

This company was founded back in the 1930s in Czechoslovakia – this was before it broke up into Slovakia and the Czech Republic. The company earned its name from the founder, a businessman named Jan Nehera,  who once had over 130 stores across three continents. The company’s creative director is Samuel Drira, a man with great experience in designer fashion, who has worked for Hugo Boss and Hermès among other world-famous fashion houses. His attention to color and form is amazing. Nehera’s accessories and clothing items are an emanation of luxury through simplicity. Their spring collection wows with its unpretentiousness, yet unbridled elegance. It is an exercise in twisting, knotting, cutting, and all other creative techniques you can imagine. For example, the collection features shirts with buttons and removable sleeves, soft striped linen, relaxed, comfortable trousers with a tied waist, simple black and/or white tops, light cotton brightly colored dresses and wondrous color combinations.

Rick Owens

Rick Owens is a classic example of the road less taken in fashion design. This American fashion designer dropped out of art school, took a pattern-cutting course and started work in a knock-off designer clothing factory. He launched his company, also called Rick Owens, back in 1994. His products quickly caught the eye of important fashionistas. He had his own runway show at New York Fashion Week just a few years later. Since then his unique vision for fashion, ancient and ultramodern, grungy and elegant at the same time, has become the inevitable uniform of the dark side of the fashion world.

Rodarte

The National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C. is holding a special spring fashion exhibit, which it has dedicated to the brand Rodarte. The designers, Kate and Laura Mulleavy, have a unique approach to their clothes and accessories, showing a remarkable connection to both the art and film worlds. This event promises that Washington will give New York a run for its money as the fashion capital of the United States.

Raf Simons

It wouldn’t be completely accurate to call Raf Simons the new Calvin Klein because the old one is alive and well, but it wouldn’t be completely wrong either. Simons is set to become the new head honcho of the world-famous fashion house. The Belgian’s arrival will bring new life, craftsmanship, expertise and drama to the brand.

ACNE

Acne Studios is a Swedish fashion brand with a wonderful, diverse heritage built on the idea of combining fashion, art, and photography. They offer luxury, ready-to-wear shoes, clothes and accessories, clean cut and comfortable, elegant yet simple and unpretentious. Their styles are definitely worth getting past the name of the brand, which actually stands for “Ambition to Create Novel Expressions.”

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