Where it was masculine, it was oversized. Where it was feminine, it was sexualised. From it’s leather mini dresses to oh-so-short feathered ones, Turkish designer Hakaan Yildirim walked a fine line between the masculine and the feminine at his autumn / fall 2011 showing.
With it’s palette sweeping across the standard blacks and whites and infused with the head turning red typical of the season, it was naturally the feminine pieces of the collection that acted as the show stopper. But it was equally as easy to appreciate a subtle mix between futurism and 20th century classicism amongst Hakaan’s autumn 2011 offering as well.
You can see all the photos of the Paris fashion week showing of Hakaan‘s autumn / winter 2011 / 2012 collection by clicking on the thumbnails below.