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Concise though it was, this season’s proposition will speak to Neigum’s base. As a young indie with a loyal following, he’s had his fair share of Insta-glory followed by copy woes, so he reckons that staying ahead of the game is the only way forward. Right now, he’s focusing on leveling up. It’ll be interesting to see where that leads. Globetrotting is one of designer Carlota Barrera’s biggest inspirations. From her visits to Cuba came “Asere, qué bolá,” a collection full of references to the Caribbean country. The fabrics were natural: cotton, linen or lyocell combined with silk or cotton in fresh, light styles. As for the color scheme, Barrera opted for blue, yellow and green, as well as white and brown, all of them ubiquitous in Cuban culture. Her shirts had echoes of the versatile guayabera. Tank tops were reformulated in the form of trompe l’oeil shirts.
One of the stars of Barrera’s spring was an abstract print she created with seaweed she’d plucked from the sea. She based her work on cyanotype, a monochrome negative printing process marked by its blue and white tones, and mentioned the botanist Anna Atkins, who made this kind of imprint for the first time in the mid-19th century. In addition to the tones inherent to the technique, Barrera transferred the pattern to a photographic serigraphy, “which we also applied to other black and white garments,” such as the coats and denim pieces she presented at London Fashion Week, she said. But Seaweed was not the only thing she found in the ocean. “We scanned other elements that sadly are also there, such as bits of plastic, bottle caps, beer can pull rings and plastic bags,” she said. These things were also part of the print, and they talk about Cuba from a different point of view: “There are many beaches in Cuba that are being destroyed by pollution. It is about capturing all that in a fabric,” she said.
“I like the contrast of grounding a really drapey jersey with hardware,” the designer offered. “It’s almost like it gets too pretty, so I need to add something that gives it an edge.” By contrast, his artfully double box-pleated pieces are now made entirely of recycled ocean plastic. Those caught the light with a soft sheen, fusing statement dressing—in lime, white, or fuchsia-pink-and-red—with high packability. Neigum also revisited his love of transparency, now replacing earlier grids of pearls with small, pointed silver studs, just to shake things up a bit. Elsewhere, a black bow of a top was sheer, structured and stud-free. The result of an experiment with AI imagery, it made a compelling case for elevating horsehair from lining material to red carpet. (“If it were red, you could use it as a gift bow on a car,” the designer quipped.) Neigum’s fans love an artful cut-out, but this season he “got aggressive about it.” During a showroom visit, the racks ran a gamut from a wisp of a white Tension top, paired here with an oversized suit, to a body-con hot orange number with an infinity-shaped peephole, to a fully sequined dress in changeable sunset hues, anchored by one of the designer’s signature triple-loop twists.
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- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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