Fashion Editor: Savannah Barthorpe
Photographer: Jason Lloyd-Evans
With an eye for detail, the Qasimi wearer is sartorially nonchalant where the architectural features of Mashrabiya are developed into an exclusive brocade motif for Qasimi Official A/W 2021.
Showing as part of the genderless LFW, this co-ed collection was presented as a film due to Covid-19 restrictions on catwalk shows. Instead the label unveiled its latest collection as a beautifully choreographed dance at Digital London Fashion Week.
Qasimi returns this season to LFW with A/W 2021 collection Dare to Dream presentation with the key message to signify a feeling of unity.
This shows title ‘We All Live Under the Same Sky’ is a quote taken from Konrad Adenauer, the first Chancellor of the Federal The brands signature DNA continues to break boundaries where architecture informs the approach to design aesthetic and creative innovation lead by Creative Director Hoor Al-Qasimi.Republic of Germany from nineteen forty nine to nineteen sixty three.
The brands signature DNA continues to break boundaries where architecture informs the approach to design aesthetic and creative innovation lead by Creative Director Hoor Al-Qasimi.
Qasimi AW21 at LFW inspiration looks into the uncertainty of living in ‘the new normal.’ Each piece draws on the concept of hugging, wrapping and protecting during these unprecedented times of current life.
The collection explores the emotions and feelings of society facing these challenging times where the arts have been impacted by Covid 19 but creativity still continues to prevail even in uncertainty.
Arts Editor: Christopher George
NEHER FW21 swinging between reflections of the past, the surrealism of the
present, and visions of the future.
The collection is a metaphysical essay inspired by “The Song of Love” painted by the surrealist precursor de Chirico. Another inconspicuous muse came from two extraordinary women of the past: Elisabetta Gonzaga, a Renaissance noblewoman, salonnière of Urbino known for her elegance, ardent advocate of the most creative minds of the time, and Emilie Louise Flöge, an Austrian couturier, avant-garde businesswoman, and life companion of Gustav Klimt.
“Beyond realism” is held throughout the whole collection with surprising coats and blazers, unexpected materials, prints, or colour selection, and layering creating a range of options and themes for the mored yet sophisticated woman.
All the exuberant pieces flawlessly combine with essential pieces such as classic trench coats, tailored jackets, and pants for everyday use.
Editing a fashion style for a more positive self-assured individual.