Backstage at her display, Ulla Johnson talked about the dire straits of the environment. She said having less transparency had her searching for lightness. This she attained with her selection of products: the sheer organza of a long-sleeved white shift, the openwork crochet of a flirty mini design, the eyelet on a one-sleeved amount. Everything ruffled, fluttery, ethereal. The suede she discovered was fine more than enough to drape. Floral prints she romanced into an off-the-shoulder frock suspended from fragile spaghetti straps and another quantity with a flourish of textile at the neck.
For all the poetry here, and there was plenty start to see the amaranth, coxcomb, and delphinium lining the runway in wild arrangements by Saipua, or the band, Vagabon, that played in the corner Johnson had a good little bit of sturdiness, too. It emerged in the sort of an expanded selection of denim, but Johnson’s aren’t your fundamental blues. She dyed denim a rich shade of green, jet dark-colored, or white, and slice it into curvy designs: high-climb, cropped flares with a button-fly, puff-shouldered popover tops, apron-like pinafores tough, yet sweet. She as well did some hooded denim coats that reached the knees; their proportions lent them an oxygen of swaggering durability. Provided the state of issues, we wouldn’t have minded some more items with that kind of bite, but we don’t begrudge Johnson her desire to dream either. Shop the looks exactly and similar style for less below: