The Dia Diaries: Runway Recap
Linden gave us a unique and intimate experience for her collection. She did a remarkable job connecting the feel of her clothes with the delivery. The scene layout was simple, but powerful. Only using two models and two racks of clothes, the audience watched as models changed into each outfit.
Once done modeling an outfit they would toss the clothes to the side, creating a realistic scene of what women go through when trying on every piece of clothing she has. Totally relatable to fashion enthusiast!
Using only neutral colors consisting of black, white, tan, and a few darker colored pieces, her collection could easily be an everyday look that could transition to night. We saw leather leggings paired with slouchy sweaters.
The two models helped each other as they put on knee and ankle length skirts. They were paired with simple white long sleeve shirts. The neutral colors created a chic and event modest look.
The oversized shawls gave a completed look to the layering concept. With one being simple and black next to a frayed ombre shawl, it was easily distinguishable between the day to night notion.
Linden had a wonderful presentation by allowing the audience to see behind-the-scenes. She created a collection that had comfort as well as a sophisticated look through a simple color pallet.
By: Samantha Minsk
Chandia Brennen is a Certified Image Consultant and CEO of ItsGood2bME Fashion Consulting and Image Management based in Los Angeles CA, Chandia has been in the Fashion industry for over four years. She has worked for dozens of publications and holds the title of Senior Fashion Editor in both LA and NY. Chandia is a fashion scout for a Design Agency in NY and Brand Ambassador for HairEverywhere Luxury