Ukrainian designer Nadya Dzyak presented her new SS20 collection at Paris fashion Week featuring once again architecturally precise forms & unique prints while exploring the optical phenomenon of nature and transformations of light.

This season the designer pays tribute to her beloved fashion period – the 80’s, as well as finding inspiration in “Aurora Borealis” and “Prismatic” light installations made by the New York-based architecture studio Hou De Sousa. By mixing colours and layers, Nadya imitates through her creation the effect of weightless fading and blending hinting twilight and sunset hues in the sky.

The 80’s are suggested through the use of iconic tricks of the decade such as high-waisted bottoms and exaggerated, voluminous sleeves.

The label’s weightless organza dresses are presented again this season, decorated with asymmetric details and polka dots. We see skirts with geometric cuts alongside draped dresses with decorative rings in colours such as fuchsia, turquoise and fresh lime. Blouses with pleated elements are paired with a stylish version of utility cargo trousers in a soft lilac shade.

The Bold, colourful make up completed the looks together with statement heels in gold and silver by Luxury shoe brand Lena Erziak

A tribute to the 80’s. Nadya Dzyak SS20

Organza dresses asymmetric details and polka dots. Nadya Dzyak SS20

Nadya Dzyak SS20

Architecturally precise forms. Nadya Dzyak SS20

Draped dresses with decorative ring. Nadya Dzyak SS20

Skirts with geometric cuts. Nadya Dzyak SS20

Exploring the transformations of light. Nadya Dzyak SS20

Nadya Dzyak SS20

Mixing colours and layers. Nadya Dzyak SS20

Nadya Dzyak SS20

A stylish version of utility cargo trousers. Nadya Dzyak SS20

Nadya Dzyak SS20

high-waisted bottoms and voluminous sleeves. Nadya Dzyak SS20

Nadya Dzyak SS20

Nadya Dzyak SS20. Paris fashion Week

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