Stine Goya presented her Autumn/Winter 2010 collection during Copenhagen Fashion Week in the show tent outside of Gallery tradeshow.
The show began almost an hour delayed, but the waiting time was sweetened by Peroni sponsored beers and music coming out of the back of a New Mini transformed to a DJ vehicle including turntables and sound system.
The catwalk was built up in a wild west atmosphere, a wooden arch to be passed by the models. Inspiration to the‚ La Ville Fantôme’ titled collection was the landscape photography of Anselm Adams, while living with Georgia O’Keefe on a ghost ranch in New Mexico. The designer herself said „I find his pictures truly striking in their portrayal of barren yet dramatic landscapes. They resonate a wild, almost hostile feeling and yet they have the most fantastic texture which beckons you closer.“
The raw pre-industrial era American desert nature brought earthy brown and red tones, which met dark oranges, coral and greys from the summer collection. Not horses, zebras are the ride of choice; therefore black and white striped patterns and prints blended in.
Stine Goya typical feminine silhouettes worn with a wild and strong, nearly brutal attitude associate the past with the present. Stine Goya proved that finding a balance here is not easy.
However, this woman is ready for street style duels at high noon.