Atelier Kikala was founded in September 2012 by Commercial Photo Agency “Kikala Studio”, managed by Creative Director Lado Bokuchava. In today's post I want you to have a look through brand's Fall season collection. This season was inspired by the creativity of modern Japanese graphic design father Ikko Tanaka, as well as David Bowie's work back in the 1970's. Tanaka's approach to colors, textures, his collages inspired Bokuchava to create these unique toppers.
That's what I call furry must-have! We see multicolored big collarless belted at the waist fur coat. Try it on atop your favorite black turtleneck.
Bokuchava's signature garments include A-line coats and dresses. I love the way designer uses embroideries in the form of neat geometric shapes (squares, triangles, graphically sweeping lines) filling them on plain colored outfits. All garments of this brand are handmade. Personally, I was already impressed by the first two images. Why? Well, you've got to see everything by yourself. The details make these clothes look special and sophisticated.
The graphic print what features on this sleeveless semi-sheer robe-coat looks very unique. This is an ideal wrap topper what will ideally suit your working separates.
Here we see a dark blue wrap cape-coat-dress cinched at the waist with a blush belt.
Keep it relaxed and A-line shaped. Go for a grey colored coat with black-grey gingham sleeves.
Some ladies like to wear plain grey colored clothes. Here we see a grey colored wool wrap belted coat.
This loose-fit sleeveless robe looks like a cape to me.
Are you looking for a cozy sweater-dress? If so, then try this awesome looking high-neck design.
Grey-black gingham printed coat with patch pockets looks exaggerated and functional.
Loose-fit multi-colored mohair sweater will for sure save you from winter colds.
Can't say why, but I feel a military inspiration in this bulky coat.
Feel the army's spirit by wearing this sleeveless belted coat, what can be paired with cozy sweater and wool skirt.
You can go for a tightly cinched belt, so that the big coat looks more ladylike on you.
This graphic print on a sleeveless grey coat looks like a camouflage to me. In love with floor-sweeping tailored wide pants.