Once again Henrik Vibskov made his show stand out by integrating installation and performance with the traditional runway show, and this has by the time also become one of Vibskov’s trademarks. So no wonder “The Bathtub Observer” was presented in the setting of an upscale bathroom with long hair used as decorations on the wall as well as oversize mirrors were placed on the runway.
The collection was inspired by the notion of disorientations and bathtubs and featured mostly oversized comfortable silhouettes in both menswear and womenswear. Additionally Henrik Vibskov is known for his colorful prints and this SS14 collection was also dominated by prints, mixed together in an avant garde way. Knit wear was seen with graphic prints in the traditional bauhaus and primary colors red, blue and yellow. The collection also offers garments in silk with exaggerated stripes in black and white, and some other graphic prints. A few silhouettes were created with an interesting textile technique, for example the eye catching black skirt.
The color palette had it all, including black, grey, white, light summery pastels as well as the primary colors red, yellow and blue. As always the styling of the show was cool and out- standing, this season the models were wearing swimming caps with small wool hats on top with long pony tales. Some models walked with oversized magnifying glasses that referred to the disorientation.
Henrik Vibskov' collection was very inspiring casual and cool, ready to make spring and summer fun and colorful.