Barefoot guy: Flow The Label Fall-Winter 2019/2020.
One day of life in a big city in terms of saturation today can easily be compared with an adventure novel, and its inhabitant looks more like a tomboy Tom Sawyer than a defenseless young lady. It was this image from Mark Twain’s novel that inspired the designer of Flow The Label brand Victoria Balaniuk to create a new autumn-winter collection.
The boyish style - wide trousers with a high fit and shirts for release, a large cell and jackets, as if removed from the father's shoulder - easily gets on with the signature romance of Flow The Label. Victoria Balaniuk incorporates village motifs into the urban context, which result in practical, and at the same time dull images.
“For me, a modern girl is an adventurer, she has a character and is looking for adventure,” says the designer. “She needs functional clothes, but her emotionality and thirst for life make her wardrobe a bit infantile.”
The key materials of the collection are cotton, wool, and viscose, and the colors are as natural as possible - from milky and sandy shades, to dark brown and gray.
They support a relaxed, but at the same time, dynamic collection of accessories - soft woven bags, bows, hats, created together with the brand Lili_knits, as well as leather accessories, made in collaboration with pppartem.