Powerful Flower Fashion by Baltika

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Baltika presented their fresh spring-summer collections, jetting the fashion loving audience straight to blossoming flower fields. A strong opening to the fashion season that made me hungry for more.

Here are my favorite picks:

Monton presented a very strong collection, styled by a young daring stylist Johanna Eenma. Wonderful Latin inspired color splashes contrasted with darker and calmer Nordic shades. The playful cool girl’s look. One wants to know her. One wants to be her. One wants to continue playing and not taking life too seriously.

Baltman was talking to the urban chic man, allowing the evergreen classics lover to find its picks in night shades, as well as alluring the more adventurous seeker with the Caribbean and Havana inspired styles. Absolutely loved the whimsical styling element by Baltman’s head designer, Antonio, who made the models to hit the catwalk with the nets full of fresh tropical fruits. Some of the collection I had seen already during the Washington DC FW, so for me it was a lovely moment of recognition, mixed with the excitement of new.

Mosaic was styled to the max by the fashion editor and stylist Merit Boeijkens, combining playful 80s & 90s to release the spirit of the brand. Alluring color splashes of bright green and blue were right in tact with this season’s major trends.

Bastion was consistent with its feminine style, allowing the lovers of nude, beige and coral tones to find their romantic picks.
Timeless.

In Ivo Nikkolo’s case, it’s even hard to start with anything, as I found the collection strong on so many levels. The classical khaki, which never ceases to be stylish. The pale blue and stripes, inviting you to pack your suitcases right away, after, of course, having updated your travel wardrobe. A lot of oversized softly falling shapes, making it both elegant and comfortable. I’m afraid the store visit will be inevitable for me.

Photo credits: Maksim Toome

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