Using tribal as inspiration Wunderkind's Fall/Winter 2010/2011 line, the designer Wolfgang Joop comes out strong with youthful pieces and powerful creations with lots of color that accentuate the “free” theme and the complexity in his designs. Check out next this fabulous collection by Wunderkind!
22 Mar, 2010
Wunderkind is one of the greatest German fashion brands which was founded by designer Wolfgang Joop back in 2003. Even if this brand has a short history, it made a huge appearance for a few seasons at New York Fashion Week and lately at Paris Fashion Week.
With a refine taste in fashion, Wolfgang Joop creates his designs using as inspiration Germany's sophisticated and unique style that mixes classic with new and avant-garde with simplicity. With an individual style, Wunderkind combines structural with fluid shapes, masculinity on feminine clothes and gives a personal touch to his designs.
With a bohemian and a tribal line inspired by South America's traditions, Wolfgang Joop presents for the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 season a collection for Wunderkind with crazy combinations of materials and colors that give a look at today's youth and their needs.
The chromatic theme chosen captures Wolfgang's inspiration when it comes to this collection for Wunderkind. With colors like dark grey, powerful red, soft cream, neon pink, strong yellow, dark brown and with fun prints like animal, floral or abstract, this collection is taken to a level where modern meets casualty through chic designs.
For the men's looks, the main idea for the collection goes in a playful direction by combining childish colors with silly prints and creating a unique shape attached to a masculine attitude and keeping it very cool and modern.
As you can see, Wunderkind's Fall 2010 collection catches this looked up urban craziness with his youthful designs inspired by bohemian and tribal trends mixed with modern shapes.