During the latest Mercedes-Benz FashionWeek in Amsterdam we saw many shows. One of my favorite ones was Monique Collignon! Why? Read my report now!
- Waste2Wear: Monique Collignon wanna get attention from to people and the environment with The Conscious Collection. The models rocked the show on the swinging beats of a live band! As with the previous two collections, more than seventy percent of The Conscious Collection is made from Waste2Wear * substances. Like I told you in one other articles! Also the other fabrics such as silk, lace and details like buttons and zippers are eco-friendly and responsibly produced. How amazing is this? She says: "I am not only an 'Empowering Women' but for 'Empowering' in the broadest sense of the word. It is important to know what we are exactly doing. That means that not only the fabrics I work with are recycled, but that I am also concerned with the working conditions of the producers involved in my collection. In addition, anyone wanting a piece from The Conscious Collection purchases a bit contributes to a better and cleaner environment, "Monique says enthusiastically.
- Styles: With styles like Nautic Chic, Cruise Control, Flower Shower and Lace Seduction, The Conscious Collection for next summer is a real city line for any time of the day. All items in bold colors like cobalt, fuchsia, orange and as one of Monique Collignon is accustomed course, black and off-white, can be combined well with each other.
- Pieces: There is extensive use of details such as gross metal zippers in gold and silver, large eyelets and lurex without being excessive. The plains, jacquards, maxi dresses and skirts are made of materials such as linen, crepe, organza and lace clean image. There are also items of hosiery. The self-designed floral print is the Chinese sign of the Rooster and the sign of prosperity processed. The 'Collignon' print is back with a vengeance and revived.
- Price: Collignon The Conscious Collection S / S17 is in the middle / high segment and starts at € 79, -.
"I am not only an 'Empowering Women' but for 'Empowering' in the broadest sense of the word. It is important to know what we are exactly doing.
Pictures taken by Rene Ewals