BAUM UND PFERDGARTEN SS14
PICTURES BY KIM BJÆRRE FOR BLAMEITONFASHION
Usually I post my show reviews right after the shows. This also means that I write about the collections 5-6 months before they actually hit stores, so to make it more present I decided to try something else this season and wait with my reviews. Well, almost since I already posted about Bruuns Bazaar and Anne Sofie Madsen’s beautiful collections. Anyhow, the collections are about to hit stores so for the next two weeks I’ll be focusing a lot on the Scandinavian designers, who showed their spring collections during fashion weeks in Copenhagen and Stockholm.
First up is Baum und Pferdgarten, who’s been a favorite of mine for years. The designers really caught my attention (and love) a few years back with this insanely beautiful white lace dress. Sadly it was a showpiece and never put into production but it still haunts my dreams. Anyways, for the SS14 collection the designer-duo was inspired by the Danish painter Vilhelm Lundstrøm, who fronted the early modernist movement in Denmark. As always with Baum und Pferdgarten I’m drawn by that perfect effortless boy-meets-girl look and amazing prints. With bomberjackets, flirtatious skirts and stripes the sporty vibe in the collection is not to deny and neither is the Lundstrøm-inspired colour palette of orange, midnight blue and greyish nudes. Something tells me this won’t be the last you’ll be seeing of this collection on the blog.
Pictures via Copenhagenfashionweek.com