Timeless or lackluster? Discover Glaze Kohl Spring Summer 2020 collection collection by Michiko Ueda presented at New York Fashion Week.
Japanese brand Glaze Kohl by designer Michiko Ueda is all about creating timeless silhouettes by mixing classic and contemporary fashion. This collection was showcased as a part of Global Fashion Collective (GFC) presented by Vancouver Fashion Week (VFW) at Pier 59 in New York Fashion Week SS20.
The looks had vintage influence, creating an urban, comfortable mood. As with some other collections we’re seeing in GFC fashion shows, this one too had a set color palette. The show started with black, beige and nudes, with some teal/blue here and there. The collection mixes romantic styles with an air of fantasy. According to the brand’s Instagram page, “The design aesthetic of the brand is chic, envisioning a charming lady in a monochrome world.”
Glaze Kohl Spring Summer 2020 Ready-to-Wear Collection: Gallery
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