9/22/2011

risto bimbiloski spring/summer 2012 RIGHT HERE

I had a couple sads when I learned that Risto would not be presenting at New York Fashion Week. He was the one designer I had my little heart set on seeing the most. When I wear Risto, I feel like his clothes are the most easily indentifiable representation of who I am; in essence, wearing his clothes makes me feel the most like myself. It's utterly ridiculous to find myself with such voracious Comme-level devotion to a designer, but Risto really does have this startlingly creepy ability to design clothes that so perfectly capture my personality.

Anyway. I was sent over the lookbook for his new Spring/Summer 2012 collection and I am delighted to share it with you all today! There's whimsy, there's classic pieces, there's his signature exquisite knitwear, but most importantly (for me!), there's spooky feathers and ethereal peach-colored abstract prints. That long sheer feather dress in look #22? Um, NEED IT. Oh yes, it will be mine.















14 comments:

dane said...

i love how there are only two prints throughout the collection - it's so cohesive

Lydia said...

I love the proportions.

Meagan said...

I love this allll the sheer and the knit combos are beautiful. I've never heard of Risto before but I like him already.

Dayzee said...

I really love this collection!I love the knitwear and crochet jumpers

Nemo said...

I love this - the prints are stunning - unique style and it almost feels as if it was created for you - it really fits in with your own look <3
Nemo

Just a lazy morning said...

love it!!
xoxo

Claire said...

Really really love this! Especially the knitwear and the feather-y prints! How come I've never heard of Risto before??

Magnet said...

woooooow, THE JUMPER in look 12 is soo amazing. I love it, I would so buy that, too bad I never have the funds to afford such high quality clothing :(

Amy Creyer said...

This is the first time I've ever seen holey sweaters that I would actually 1) purchase and 2) wear. The Balmain ripped/torn/holey clothing always seemed gimmicky. But Risto actually explored the concept of holes in clothing and made them beautiful. Quite the feat.

I V Y said...

amazing knits and simplicity. just wow.

xo zebra and meerkat

ekaterina said...

love #26

Six Six Sick said...

I was also really really bummed when I found out Risto wasn't showing this season. I was actually scared that he didn't produce a collection, so I'm really relieved to see it here on your blog. As usual, I'm obsessed with all of his digital prints, and the feather pieces are particularly great. Thanks so much for sharing!
xx
Tiffany

CR said...

Love all the knitwear work that there´s in this colection.And i say Yes, do it.. buy the dress, it´s great!!!

xx

little moon lover said...

loving it! especially the maxi skirts.. really really cool collection!