July 3, 2010
Arissa Ha

Gone are the draped jacket lapels and leather paneled pants in Helmut Lang’s Resort 2011 collection, a design characteristic which has been prominent in the last two seasons that they have came up with.

The capri length of these pants seems to be prominent lengths across most designers in the Resort 2011 collections. Not quite a big fan of it but draped details are always welcomed.

I like that the silhouette is clean and minimalistic, it really doesn’t take much to be stylish.

What I really enjoy seeing is this almost celestial looking print that i see on both Helmut Lang and Ann Demeulemeester’s S/S 2010 collection. I might even contemplate a DIY on this effect if I do figure it out.

To summerise, Helmut Lang doesn’t give us anything shocking this season, not that it is not to be expected but there is a general shift from its usual silhouette. The simplicity of it is rather boring, nothing really stands out or allows me to sit up and say “I WANT THIS!!! ” The look of this Resort collection seems to be rather achievable from purchasing items from street labels.

What do you think of this collection? Yay or nay?

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  2. Euforilla says:

    I think “meh”… looks good to be neat at work, I like the fourth picture: how trousers and waistcoat draw tall vertical lines… but that’s all đŸ˜‰
    Thanks!

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