The german house of Wunderkind is well known for its ability to blend luxurious materials of varied origin and plasticity. The equestrian prints, tartans, geometries and botanical motives have awakened the catwalk’s liveliness.
The collection, presented in paris, includes three or four proposals that stand out for its clear allusion to the feminine silhouette. The volumes multiply, open up and overlap; starting from the waist, and without hiding its pronounced shape behind the straight lapels. Brown, green and black shades dominate the drawings mixture; a wink to the autumn season that helps to weave very diverse and iconic references such as the virginity of a landscape, the horse culture or the gaelic clothing, distinctive expression of the ancient clans. His founder, wolfgang joop, transforms fashion into a tailor- made world driven by femininity, strength and independence.