June 4, 2010, 5:16 pm

Fly the bird’s way
Fly the bird’s way
Fly the bird’s way
Fly the bird’s way
Fly the bird’s way
Fly the bird’s way
Fly the bird’s way
Birds, butterflies, dandelions, planes…All these things own particular aerodynamics which allow them to take off. The structure ranges from birds’ delicacy and fragility until the hardness of the planes’ fuselage. They are these straight and curvaceous lines are straight and curvaceous which let them fly.

All these elements configure the new collection Fly the bird’s way. The man has always followed the steps the birds have showed, and we have imitated them by copying its structure throughout technology. Thus, Montse Liarte’s new garments express the desire of flying thanks to crossed structures, focused volumes and studied pleats in order to fit the Liarte woman: traditional at heart, modernist at style. Black, blue, grey and beige colours in wool and silk materials, together sometimes with any subtle Jacquard, the textures reflect the tenderness of birds beyond their powerful constitution.

It is the second collection of this designer who won the Gilles-Rossier Award for the best collection in Paris 2007. During her stay there, she worked for Elisa Amann and Lutz Paris. Nowadays, she is a member of the Projecte Bressol, a fashion initiative belonging to the Pla de Dinamització de la Moda Catalana (2007-2010).

Credits & Copyrights

Design:
Montse Liarte
www.montseliarte.com

Source:
+34 Pressroom
www.34pressroom.com

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“Fly the bird’s way”. The New Autumn-Winter 2010-11 Collection by Montse Liarte

Montse Liarte’s new garments express the desire of flying thanks to crossed structures, focused volumes and studied pleats in order to fit the Liarte woman. The textures reflect the tenderness of birds beyond their powerful constitution.

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