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Models emerged from a mysterious secret garden as Richeter's iconic squeegee series triggered a sartorial excursion that blended intricate aristocratic tailoring with a layer of surrealism. Garments appeared in spearmint silk, chalk pima cotton alongside oversized blouses in pastel and watercolor prints. Gerhard Richter's technical precision coupled with a sense of freedom inspired powerful, soft dressing with an inherent feminine twist. Throughout the collection, each piece was infused with Savile Row values than continue to define Nonoo's fervent independence and timeless appeal. It is not always possible to correctly grasp the artist's idea, or truly interpret what the author wanted to convey, but this is the main highlight of this trend in painting. By not putting the viewer in the strict framework of perception, Nonoo leaves room for imagination and individual interpretation…

British Vogue Fashion Fund nominated designer Misha Nonoo collaborated with German visual artist Gerhard Richters for her Spring/Summer 2014 collection.

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