The latest Nigerian designer Duro Olowu Fall-Winter season was inspired by deco 1920s-era furniture designer Elizabeth Eyre de Lanux and the Dada Movement of the same years, including the avante garde surrealist experimentation works from Man Ray and Elsa Schiaparelli. We are about to view the touches of Africa, like splashes of vibrant colors, beautiful prints, patterns, qualitative materials and retro inspired touches. The colors are simply breathtaking, as we see here pink, cobalt, black, orange, white, violet and vibrant blue. We see stripes, florals, tiered dots and leopard pattern insets etc. The real standouts of the lookbook are silk print dress with prim organza collar, plush black fur scarf and red look, featuring beautiful long cape. I personally felt in love with silky, relaxed shapes and those Deco silhouettes.
Look at this amazing coat-dress, a perfect vibrant outerwear piece:
That's an impressive and sophisticated evening look.
The zig-zag print short cape looks awesome along with white wide-leg pants, giving us impression of long legs.
Total red look
Bold stripes make this cape look astonishing.
That's kind of modern hippie look: