The Bernhard Willhelm Spring 2010 Collection is Non-Cohesive and Incoherent
By: Jacqueline Parrish -
Published: Oct 20, 2009 Updated: May 27 2011 • References: totemfashion
The Bernhard Willhelm Spring 2010 collection can be described as chaotic, acid-tripping attire, to say the least. The wild designer, who sent male models dressed like cartoon characters and female models with fake mustaches down the runway last season, has thrown together an unconventional, non-cohesive collection.
For the Bernhard Willhelm Spring 2010 line, the designer patched together a wild array of acid-tripping fabrics.
Implications - With a color palette of greys and blacks, the Bernhard Willhelm Spring 2010 collection is true to the designer's aesthetic. The collection also has accents of red and mustard yellows which look great against Willhelm's basic color palette. The silhouettes are shapeless yet accessorized perfectly with belts and stockings.