Refined and flawlessly tailored, the latest Michael van der Ham fall 2013 collection features unique and bold combinations of textures and prints. Check it out!
Lulu having a rough day," Michael van der Ham said about his
fall 2013 collection showcased at London Fashion Week. The
Dutch-born designer, who makes clothes for women who are not afraid
to be different and wear something a little bit bolder, displayed a
ladylike line with a slightly dark touch. There were perfectly
tailored goodies and jaw-dropping combinations of textures and
prints. Exquisite as always, his collection for fall 2013 had a
more refined touch that the previous ones.
Master of deconstructed cool, Michael van der Ham's line for the upcoming cold-weather season featured flawless shapes and outstanding embroidered cutouts. The pieces in his fall collection were wearable with a vintage-inspired flare. The London-based designer, who confessed that he loves to try new techniques and that it's always fun to develop your personal ideas, amazed the audience with a never-seen-before approach. Still, his famous precision-cut silhouettes were present!
At London Fashion Week, Michael van der Ham brought rather
polished goodies. The designer, who teamed up with Brora in order
to create a 12-piece knitwear capsule collection, surprised his
devotees with tailored skirts and cropped pants, elegant coats,
cashmere tops and beautifully printed blouses, and items featuring
sculpted cutouts, inside-out jacquard, brocade and heavy
embellishments. Well, this was a special line oozing a particular
delicacy and femininity. The designer's collage signature was still
there yet it was not that visible.
When it comes to the color palette used, there were mostly autumnal shades such as brown and burnt red but also pops of blue and wild leopard prints. Michael van der Ham fall 2013 collection also included some evening-appropriate dresses and sheer pieces perfect for special occasions. So, if you're looking for uniqueness, check out the latest Michael van der Ham line!
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