Nomia’s Form of Simplicity

Spring/Summer 2012 collection presented by Nomia at Lincoln Center was all about simple lines, great contrasts, geometry and fluidity. Earth hues such as reds, browns and nudes enriched with touches of light blue and black reinforced the idea of natural and effortless elegance. Transparencies and smart slits and openings infused the styles with extra femininity, supporting at the same time a very modern, urban profile. Nomia played a lot with lines and subtle prints giving to the clothes an architectural character. Small details like striped collars and differently colored patches attracted attention since everything else was about tailoring and shapes. Draping had a significant role in this collection, used selectively and placed on strategical points. Most looks were accesorized with ankle boots and makeup focusing on bright eyes. Most dresses and skirts were on mini lengths but there were also midi and maxi ones. Wearable and distrinct those styles were really very attractive. Models at that show were walking in a little catwalk and the space that hosted the audience at Lincoln Center was really cozy. Above my head, close to the ceiling, I noticed some colorful threads crossed diagonally and complementing the avant-garde impression created due to the lighting.

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