As the temperature outside is dropping, and the well anticipated autumnal clothing has finally made its appearance into the stores, we can’t help but notice the array of diverse and heterogeneous graphic prints this season. Many of the AW16/17 fashion shows earlier this year inspired a number of different prints in women’s fashion. These included everything from animal prints, oriental and classic florals, as well as ‘Prince of Wales’ and archetypal checks in designer collections by Victoria Beckham, Stella Jean, Kenzo, Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Givenchy.
However, one print in particular was notably evident this season, across both women’s and menswear; the geometric print. Collections brought to Fashion Week by the likes of Emelia Wickstead, Prada, KTZ and Issey Miyake demonstrated that, the more the prints clash, the better!
Designer, Henrik Vibskov, has got our full attention with his playful sense of fashion and unconventional collections. His eclectic AW16/17, The Jaw Nuts Piece Collection, displays some of the best print clashes we’ve seen out there at the moment.
Henrik Vibskov Boutique was first opened in Copenhagen in 2006, followed by another store in New York in 2011. They are the only two places in the world where you can preview the unedited collection. The stores fuse Vibskov’s collections and works with upcoming and renowned designers and artists, elaborated to broaden our spectrum of fascination and inspiration. As Danish fashion goes, he’s definitely a firm favourite!
Vibskov’s AW16/17 collection screams art by instilling his iconic and eccentric prints into his work.
See the full collection at henrikvibskovboutique.com.
Words: Rachael Morey