Stylish and spontaneous, German model Toni Garrn imprints her magnetism on a particularly sophisticated collection that allows us to glimpse the fragility of the chiffon or the femininity of the satin beneath the weight of the overcoats that take center stage in the upcoming Fall-Winter 2001 season.
This time, Blanco (White) is tending toward a fall with stylized silhouettes and minimalist lines. As the objective is set on the clothes ´ importance, the harmony ensconced in the looks lies in the absence of accessories and especially in the coordinated blending of the leading colors: aqua, mustard, burgundy-hued fuchsia and black highlights.
Cold weather is back and it has brought warm clothing with it: roll neck jerseys, fur jackets and wool coats. Featured among a set of single-color pieces are the resurrected crow ´s foot print, the semi-layer with ethnic motifs or the pink lambskin three-quarter overcoat.
Random garments in appearance, but with plenty of fashion potential when mixed with other fabrics and people can play with creating valid day and evening styles.
The collection ´s glamor is provided by the season ´s crowning print: the much sought after snakeskin. This print is present in each product family: from the natural tone blazer to the shiny black skinny jeans to the tops; blouses and skirts that show black scales on an emerald background.
Footwear also plays its role of contributing more or less sophistication to the look depending on the moment, and, of course, each woman ´s own personal look.
FALL ICON, TONI GARRN Top model Toni Garrn interprets the looks that the Spanish firm has chosen for a Fall-Winter season with plenty of glamor.