This weekend while shopping (let me rephrase that: wishing I had money to shop) I stumbled across the work of fashion designer Ivan Grundahl. This Danish designer is a master at turning darks and neutrals into surprisingly feminine clothing. Architectural pleating, billowy sleeves, and random rouching all combine to give the clothes an edgy yet delicate sort of feel.
It’s amazing sometimes how the simple act of looking can be equated to breathing.
In spite of the rather steep price tag for Grundahl’s stuff, I think its easy to replicate the look in vintage-wear for a fraction of the price. Take Avant Gaudy’s spin on the look: