Cricss opened the Day 2 of Feeric Fashion Week in Alba Iulia with an individual show on the city hall’s roof top.
In a moment of reconsidered deconstruction, the work of Cricss is more relevant than ever. She has a way of dealing with unstructured tailoring, liquid form and coiling lines that is unique, with an elegant touch. Eco leather and black patterns at Cricss’s show for Feeric Fashion Week that featured mannish tailoring from start to finish. Equally unremitting was the colour palette: a flood of black with occasional shots of transparency. The designer kept the silhouette straight, lean and light, almost monastic: coats were so weightless, they almost resembled dusters. There was a pervasive sensuality to the proceedings, though, conveyed via cuts that gave the impression of garments graphically falling apart. The collection climaxed in a crescendo of deconstruction, getting more complex as it unfolded. It was wonderfully poetic.