FASHION & STYLE: NOLCHA FASHION WEEK RECAP – KATTY XIOMARA FALL/WINTER 2014
Nolcha Fashion Week is what you call the prime locale for independent designers hungry for a spot in the style industry. And Katty Xiomara, once again did not dissatisfy. Her innovative designs matched up the consistency she showcased last year, playing with a feminine yet edgy look on the classics. Katty Xiomara exhibited sleek collar tops, fitted trousers, high-waisted hems upon striking silk textures.
This season Xiomara seeked inspiration from the classic Peanut characters. Her clean lines, expertly tailored fits and contoured fine details in her patterns were simply outstanding. From collars to buttons, she made quite the compelling collection. Her display matched the brand’s undeviating collected-chic vibe. The simplicity in the neutral colors also sealed the collection in a softer ladylike vigor. Her working structure is meticulous and requires attention to understand her romantic spirit.
Katty Xiomara’s career began in 1996 and has grown rapidly since. She presented her first collection in Portugal Fashion Week – dabbling in children’s’ wear and swimwear firsthand. Not to mention she was previously a professor of design at CITEX. Yet in this year’s Nolcha Fashion Week she was able to exhibit her expertise and aesthetic upon a la mode Parisian style setter.
An appropriately styled dress or romper is obligatory. With Katty Xiomara’s signature style, it deserves an admired nod. The collection displayed at the recently concluded sixth edition of Nolcha Fashion Week is worth owning. A silk equipped button down is necessary in your everyday wardrobe. If you disagree, Raine suggests you to strongly modernize your flavor. Our two editors from Fashionboss really enjoyed this year’s runway from Katty Xiomara, we can’t wait to see what she has in store for us next season.
Runway photos via Nolcha Fashion Week, Paul Newman – Fashionstock