During Paris Fashion Week, Nehera showed its Fall/Winter 2020 collection in a modern space located in the city’s artistic center. The entirety of the collection was an ode to functional pieces with eccentric character featuring a taste of 1940’s sophisticated culture.
It marries old and new with classic silhouettes in modern embellishments and fabrics. Patterns seen on coats and sweaters brought the collection to another level of architectural design. Pops of color seen in the details from a cherry red scarf or scarlet colored boots paired with a long camel coat.
The collection featured looks for the modern woman with functional pieces in muted colors but with unexpected layers and textiles. One of the standout pieces included a look featuring a navy blue patent leather trench coat piped in a contrasting turquoise color. The same textile was used for a slouchy oversized high-waisted pant paired with a chunky grey sweater.
Accessories were simple and oversized as seen in the extra-large bucket hats. Most looks featured chunky combat boots to emphasize the workwear essentiality of the collection. Models had sleek hair and simple makeup to complement their easy work-friendly looks.
Comfort is an important aspect for the brand, and this was evident in the oversized pieces that hinted at structured tailored layers underneath. Each piece was thoughtfully arranged and placed together in order to best understand the duality between old and new as this was the basis for the collection’s theme. Every layer and piece had a purpose by itself and together as a whole look. It is through this straight forward approach that Nehera distinguishes themselves among other trend heavy brands and collections.
Nehera upcycled fabrics from prior collections to give a sustainable option for the current collection’s vintage-inspired pieces. Overall, Nehera proved worthy of transformative fashion that embraced at once both the old and new.
Jason “Tez” Tezgerevski is a digital content creator. Jason loves all things fashion, lifestyle, and grooming. He nurtures his creative energy through styling, learning about new trends, and photography.