Please welcome to the mystical Tim Van Steenbergen's winter season. This Autumn 2015 was inspired by the works of Belgian artists Leon Spillaert and Thierry De Cordier. Van Steenbergen developed two graphic prints that symbolize the power of Spilliaert brush strokes. Besides Spilliaert, Van Steenbergen drew inspiration for the colors from the works of contemporary visual artist Thierry De Cordier.
A hint of menswear basics. We see beautiful light grey and black striped blazer worn atop grey-white shirt tucked in black tailored pants.
Looking through Winter 2015-2016 lookbook, there I feel kind of border line between couture and urban chic fashion. We see intricate couture techniques in collection's details, volumes and layering, although every single outfit is ideal for wearing in your everyday life.The Fall season includes both masculine and sensual feminine elements. Tim Van Steenbergen woman is a conscious person, who is in love with contrasts and combinations: avant-garde and elegance, couture and ready to wear.
The stripes are all over again. In love with this collarless striped cocoon coat:
We see a black fit-and-flare trench coat worn atop striped coat-dress. Looks somewhat retro inspired to me.
I think this navy shirt is a must have for the upcoming cold season. What you think?
This laidback grey ribbed sweater looks exaggerated, but I love the lazy look of this knitwear.
There is kind of retro hint in this striped suit jacket. You can wear it with anything you want, starting from dresses to work separates:
3/4 sleeved wrap pencil dress is a perfect choice for cocktail parties:
The belted camel coat is an impressive cover-up for chilly winter mornings:
I'm so in love in combination of couture fashion and urban chic essentials. All in all, the leitmotiv of Van Steenbergen Fall 2015 collection are strong contrasts, deep dark hues and ladylike sensuality.