Review - Fyodar Golan SS19

Review

One of our favourite shows this season was Fyodor Golan with the delectable fabrics, chic sport luxe looks mixed with 80s silhouettes and a gorgeous colour palette –we loved it all!

The SS19 Lost and Found collection presented muses who formed an ocean tribe; sporty, surfer details mixed with soft silks gathered, exaggerated and embroidered to create experiential environments for the wearer. Sporty survivalism guided us through the understanding of water as water as the source and a symbol of progression. Castaway elements found on beaches, from seashells and pearls to plastic waste, influence fabrications and detailing.

Protective translucent sequined scales were sewn into fragile silhouettes applied with sustainable real pearls, celebrating the pearls individual raw form. Contrastingly strict graphics and monster oversized flower bloom prints create orgasmic and paradisiacal culmination. Colour combinations and collaged pieces were inspired by American painter Jamie Adams and photographs of pastel discarded waste sculptures by Thirza Schaap. Washed out hues of recycled denims and cottons were contrasted with raw silks of bold fuchsia and cyan tones. Abstract silhouettes of cotton roped gathered Mini-skirts are evocative of 80s shapes.

The collection was showcased this season on men and women, demonstrating the fluidity and adaptable nature of the clothing. Asymmetric printed shirts and signature FYODOR GOLAN sportswear was worn with unbiased gender association.

We were thrilled to find a SEGA Sonic The Hedgehog on our seat connected to the collaboration with the brand, this added a nostalgic touch to the collection, focusing on early pixelated imagery and we were thrilled to find. “Working with SEGA using the early Sonic made perfect sense to our Lost & Found collection. We wanted to explore Sonic’s iconic look into items that would feel like your favourite childhood pyjamas contemporarily reimagined.