George Moskal Spring 2010 collection was presented at Voltage: Fashion Amplified on April 16, 2010. Inspiration for this collection was about getting back to to the fabric and form to achieve a purer, more organic shape. The end result is a juxtaposition of soft draping and geometric seaming called “softened geometry.” I continue my exploration and love of all natural fabrics like silk/cotton, bamboo linen and jersey.
Violet silk/cotton draped dress.
Sunrise acid washed silk origami corset top and toast silk/cotton cascade wrap skirt.
Violet cotton/silk side cowl top and teal waterfall draped skirt.
Sunrise acid washed silk waterfall draped dress.
Toast silk/cotton shoulder seamed crop top with violet pyramid seamed skirt.
Washed teal bamboo/cotton jersey seamed tee.
Violet bamboo/cotton jersey petal sleeve tee with cowl neck and front pocket. Barrel seamed bamboo linen/silk cotton skirt.
Teal silk cotton Alexis dress with triangular seaming and petal detail at bust.
Select clothing available at Cliche, Houndstooth, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Photos shot by Stephanie Hynes at the historic Germanic-American Institute in Saint Paul. Jewery by Liebling Designs, hair/make-up by Bethany Brihn, model is Lalita Zapata.