Portuguese designer Katty Xiomara showcased her Spring-Summer season's collection during Nolcha Fashion Week. She is a well known designer thanks to her geometric patterns, this year she inspired by chocolate melting geometric shapes, creating more organic forms. The color palette comes with red, grey, salmon red, white, navy, and pale pink with black outlines and striking cut-outs. Xiomara's ready to wear season is urban and consists of mostly retro 1970's inspired garments, which appear to be romantic, sarcastic and ironic, yet feminine and sensual. She offers her clients “organic geometry in wire frames.” Anyway, I personally consider the following collection to be futuristic, practical and ideal for urban woman.
This pale pink dress looks like a uniform and it's ideal for those ladies who like wearing classic outfits.
The curly blond model walks down the catwalk wearing matching separates, which feature a cropped tailored top, high-waisted shorts cinched at the waist with a wide, white belt:
Model looks classic wearing a tailored, Peter Pan collar shortened polo styled with a long high-waisted skirt:
Here we see a casual, relaxed dress which is ideal for everyday wearing:
The printed T-shirt dress has a casual look. I personally advice you to try it with cool fur jacket or an elongated tailored coat.
The salmon red blazer with wide sleeves looks perfect with simple tee and high-waisted burgundy skirt:
This outfit looks quite mannish to me. It consists of a button-down with a Peter Pan white collar styled with modern waistcoat and printed trousers:
The wive-V-neck ensemble in salmon red color is worn atop tailored shirt:
The uniform inspired shirt-dress is worn underneath classic, retro style blazer: