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Julianna Bass SS18: Future Frock

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The Future (with a capital F) is one of our favorite topics. So we were so delighted to hear that Julianna Bass was venturing into ground-breaking new territory in the realm of wearable technology.

From dresses that literally changed color to the collaboration with Berlin artist Stefan Hirsig seen on various prints, this season at Julianna Bass was all about innovation and how beautifully magical these innovations can be.

this season was all about how beautifully magical innovation can be

 
Julianna Bass: NYFW SS18

 

Shades of silver, gold, and rose gold-foiled lambskin stuck out in a sea of lilacs, ivory and rich orchid color schemes. Bass juxtaposed delicately draped chiffons and tulle with bold piping and sharp prints made by the Berlin artist Setfan Hirsig in the work titles “Desastres VI.” The faces on the prints were ambiguous and striking.

Standout pieces included dresses that actually changed color on the runway. Bass used a special thermochromic ink, bringing a true sense of where runway shows are heading 20 years down the road. Julianna Bass kept everyone on their toes once again this season, bringing another beautiful collection of wearable pieces to New York Fashion Week.

Bass gave us a sense of where runway shows are heading 20 years down the road

The cutting-edge “responsive garment” during her Spring / Summer 2018 fashion runway show was created in partnership with LOOMIA, an innovative technology company that specializes in adding intelligence to everyday objects. They’re also the engineering masterminds behind the Zac Posen Google LED dress Coco Rocha wore during NYFW 2015.

The “responsive garment”was created in partnership with LOOMIA

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