Can a predominantly black and white runway collection still be fresh and exciting? It sure is when the clothing range is full of impeccable detailing and innovative designs! Nolcha Shows presented the Spring 2019 Amnesia by Eva Prokai show at the September season of New York Fashion Week, and luckily, the Richard Magazine team was front row to take in all of the special and details firsthand.
This Hungarian brand is known for offering a selection of unique garments and accessories created for the free-spirited woman. This season’s street-style ready collection was inspired by the city of Budapest – and likely all of the fabulous fashionistas and street style stars who call the creative destination home.
“The driving force behind the inspiration behind Amnesia’s pieces is the woman who has lived and died from time immemorial,” the label shared on its website. “The brand’s renewed collections are inspired by boldness, sensuality and pomp , which fill their beauty with individuality, giving them a sense of self-confidence. The Amnesia collections are made to grow in tune, taking into account the current high fashion and fast fashion trends, while keeping in mind the uniqueness.”
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This NYFW runway show offered up a delightful mix of basics like sharp stripes and office-ready pencil skirts with sexy pieces for wearing out to evening events.
Sleek body-con dresses and satin blouses shimmered as models strutted down the catwalk, while edgy straps accentuated some of the line’s most crave-worthy pieces. The collection also brought a major city influence to the forefront, showing off skyline imagery turned into bold graphic prints and patterns.