NAT Atelier presented the collection F/W’17-18 at Mercedes-Benz Kiev Fashion Days

NAT Atelier presented the collection F/W’17-18 at Mercedes-Benz Kiev Fashion Days

NAT Atelier presented the collection F/W’17-18 at Mercedes-Benz Kiev Fashion Days. The collection is devoted to constructivism arisen in twenties and thirties of last century.  At those times it became a mainstream direction. But even now, almost a hundred years later, with all new styles, that have appeared, it is still remains one of the most progressive trend. Its functionality and pure aesthetics are the main ideas of the collection.

Clear lines, concise silhouettes, simplicity and complexity – all combined, create modern, expressive, practical and catchy looks.

Such element as a spiral can be found in details of the collection. A spiral is an element which symbolizes cyclicity, dynamics and progression.  Such details add light, sporty and subtle touches to the spirit of the collection.

Brand’s creative director Nat Stakhniv did his best to implement signature features of constructivism into his collection. Entanglements of details imitate construction of monumental buildings typical for the first three decades of last century. Such details in the collection symbolize inner supporting shaft of a man.

Natural and seminatural materials were used while making the collection. All chosen materials are functional and pleasant to touch. The clothes are very comfortable to wear due to plenty of knit materials. Accessorizes and fastenings of high quality provide reliability.

About brand: 

NAT Atelier is a fashion brand inspired by graphic, conceptualism and philosophy. The brand was established in London in 2015. Concise form and cut, versatility and minimalism – these features form the philosophy the brand promotes. Its founder and creative director Nat Stakhniv designs comfortable and smart clothes. Thus brand’s clothing complements the personality without prevailing over it. 

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