It’s hard to find words to express the inventiveness of Andrea Pojezdalova’s White collection. It’s as if tradition itself were picked up, brushed off, and reworked into crisp white leather. Tradition, in this case, meaning traditional Slovak folk costume, as evidenced by everything from the full-skirted, puff-sleeved silhouettes to the folkish patterns perforated instead of embroidered into the fabric.
Two contrasting ideas clashing together is a recurrent theme of fashion, but Pojezdalova’s clash of tradition and modernity is a particular clean and successful one. Even more so in Andrea Zvadova’s simply yet beautifully photographed look book.
Finding grace in white leather and inspiration in the folds of folk tradition, Andrea Pojezdalova’s collection makes something amazing from a concept so easy to relate to. View the full shoot of the collection by Andrea Zvadova (andreazvadova.com) by clicking on the gallery.