The Dawid Tomasewszki “Suprematism” line hits home with its overbearing commitment to perfection in this lit-up runway that gives the models of aura of futurism. With more than an elite model base with their strikingly glazed looks, and the combinations of walking styles seemingly blending, make this line strikingly hypnotic.
Besides making one feel perfect, it also instills a desire to buy or own one of these well-organized-to-the-last-stitch-pieces and it can be fun to compare!
As many of the aspects in the line are strikingly familiar, yet command different identities with subtle shifts in the gown, seams, or folds of skin or fabric, it can be more than enlightening to see how the pieces accentuate aspects of the models, including their shining eyes, straight-toed line walk, or their buttressing hips in these skin hugging gowns.
These hits are Dawid Tomasewszki “Suprematism” can only be by design, making the soundness of the fit an architectural feat for a specific style of body, one that is formed and sculpted to fit into place in the catwalk line.
A strikingly sick aspect of the show is the static hairstyles, as they resemble kit like styles seen on science fiction movies of the future. We should expect nothing less from a show like Tischlerei of Deutsche Oper Berlin, which makes a testament to the proof of technology, of sophistication, and of elitism with its striking capability to blend the nuances that only sheer couture could recognize.
This line is bone-huggingly mechanical, and allows for a solid review of the body and frames for a higher-level viewing of how these models function.
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