Menu

  • Art
  • Lifestyle
  • Fashion
  • Design
  • Sustainability
  • Homepage
  • Whitewall Presents
  • Whitewaller
  • Insiders

Subscribe to the Newsletter

Subscribe to the Magazine

Presents

Los Angeles

Louise Bonnet: Vagabond

Newsletter

Go inside the worlds of art, fashion, design, and lifestyle.

Ok
Adeam fall/winter 2017.
Courtesy of Adeam.
Adeam fall/winter 2017.
Courtesy of Adeam.
Adeam fall/winter 2017.
Courtesy of Adeam.
Adeam fall/winter 2017.
Courtesy of Adeam.
Adeam fall/winter 2017.
Courtesy of Adeam.
Fashion

Adeam Celebrates the Many Shapes of Women

By Eliza Jordan

February 10, 2017

Hanako Maeda, the designer behind Adeam known for craftsmanship and artistic inspirations, recently debuted her newest collection for fall/winter 2017 in New York. On the runway, we saw something a little moodier and darker than in past seasons. Gaining inspiration from Gothic & Lolita—the fashion subculture from the 1990s in Harajuku—and Victoria and Edwardian clothing, there were a variety of punk and rock influences, and a feminine mix of ornamental detail.

Puffy sleeves and corset-cinched waists, alongside other 19th-century characteristics that were once used to constrict women’s figures, are celebrated. We saw a sweet offering of soft, fluid fabrics that created natural curves and shapes, and an array of hand-embroidered features like pearl buttons and smocking on shirtdress sleeves that added a couture touch.

Open Gallery

Adeam fall/winter 2017.
Courtesy of Adeam.

Celebrating the beauty of the female figure, Adeam’s fall/winter 2017 collection is a wonderful womanly commemoration.

ADEAMEliza JordanFall / winter 2017Fashion WeekFW17Gothic & LolitaHanako Maedanew fashionNew YorkNew York Fashion Week 2017NYFWNYFW17Whitewallwomenswear

Recommended

Fashion |June 18, 2021

Ermenegildo Zegna Continues to Refresh Menswear Staples for Summer 2022

Our ValuesContactAdvertiseTerms
© Whitewall 2020

Go inside the worlds of art, fashion, design, and lifestyle.

Subscribe to the Newsletter