Posted Jun 14, 2010 in For Her | 0 Comments

Off the Obakki Runway F/W 2010

With casual practicality and a desire for newness, Obakki offers many options for its customers this Fall/Winter 2010 season. Building on the subdued colour palette of military green and black from previous seasons, a range of grey tones dominated the collection with everything from slate to charcoal to dove. The essence of the mood was neutral and natural. Slouchy sweaters, tailored trousers and aviator-style jackets were some of the main elements that could be found, contrasting the touches of femininity and sensuality that draped sweater dresses and ruched sleeve blazers in viscose and wool offered.

The combination of simple, asymmetrical lines and sophisticated fabric, including alpaca wool, angora and stretch leather, added to the refinement in the Obakki collection. With skirts that narrowed down to the knees, followed by some short-and-tight dresses, and then by masculine pieces such as a whole leather-look, including trouser pants and jacket, all pieces were weightless and fluid. Femininity and sensuality all rolled up into one.

With basics such as the single seam tee in either light moss or ivory, and the center seam pant in black or military green, all that is required to take the look from day to evening is the button front cropped capelet. With its sumptuous champagne colour, the capelet is constructed from a sequined silk fabric and really is the finishing touch. Obakki also introduced an off-shoulder dress, a slouchy off-shoulder top and a v-neck dress with waistline, all in this glamorous material and all sure to be show-stoppers.

Obakki has delivered investment pieces that will carry their customers through to future seasons. Warmth, comfort and thoughtfulness describe Obakki’s innovative take on fundamental basics and formal wear for Fall/Winter 2010.

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