This year’s Tallinn Fashion Week ended so fast even if I was there all these four days and I saw all the shows, except the last one (Baltman). Every show was unique in its own way and I’m so glad that we have so many good designers in our little country. One more thing what I like to say before heading to the TFW 3. & 4. DAY OVERVIEW is that I really enjoyed to spend time with other fashionistas and I’m so happy that I finally met my Instagram girl Pilleriin 💓. I can tell you that it felt like we have known each other for years! Check her out because she is amazing!
Where should I start.. I think I’ll first bring out my third-day favorite show and then keep posting what I liked about others.
I loved almost everything about Kirill Safonov fashion show. Why I said almost everything is because I hated the lightning because it’s almost impossible to get any good photos. Mine are mostly dark but his collection was so unique and brilliant. All his embroidery work was just amazing. I felt like we’re going back on time to the 18th century and all these beautiful models were queens and princesses.
I was so pleasantly surprised when I saw Vilve Unt collection. I loved almost all her sweaters and I think the styling was on point! These fringe cut sweaters were so unique and I think it would be so cool to wear them with jeans and heavy boots.
Liivia Leškin brought to the catwalk a true nordic collection where we only saw black and gray. I liked these two girls who were wearing these gray scarfs overheads, something that I do when I don’t have a hat with me at the winter time.
If you like princess cut and tulle then Mammu Couture is just for you. This collection was like a fairytale and I can say that it’s really elegant yet girly. This collection was definitely not for me but I think that one long pastel lilac dress with pearls was absolutely gorgeous and I would wear it on the ball or a wedding.
The third day started with the Marimo collection which was inspired by dreams. We saw many flawless dresses and beautiful lace sets. This collection was created for an elegant self-confident woman.
Every year I have seen Year by Raivo Holm collections and I like his niche – he can create such a high-quality winter coats which look so stylish yet timeless. I really hope that he will keep doing what he’s doing because he is the master of winter jackets and coats in Estonia!
Last but not least what I saw was Kriss Soonik loungerie collection on the fourth day of TFW. I missed Baltman show because I had a family get together but I heard it was a super masculine show! I love that Kriss can bring to the catwalk a fun yet so delicate lingerie what we all would like to have in our underwear drawer. Her show was more like party and I like that all the models were having fun on the catwalk. Kriss, you are one of the kind!
I hope you enjoyed reading all my overviews about this Autumn/Winter Tallinn Fashion Week and hopefully I’ll be there again on the spring time! Until then keep reading my everyday posts!