RESERVED NEW COLLECTION
Reserved Spring LookBook
The first fashion statements from RESERVED for spring 2020 prove that less is more. Simple styling where the base is formed out of few elements and just the essential accessories. No extra layers or embellishments. The spotlight is on colour, silhouette-gracing cut and quality of materials with the aim of emphasising the character. An increasing number of eco structures. Functionalism and comfort firmly rooted in the spring 2020 trends are the fundamental attributes of the latest RESERVED collection. Indeed, good clothes are like second skin. This is the recipe for the style that will be promoted by the brand this spring.
The new RESERVED lookbook abounds in global catwalk stars: Adesuwa Aighewi, Saskia de Brauw, Sara Grace Wallerstedt, or Rockwell Hardwood. It is a group of models representing different generations, cultures or beauty types. They epitomise what is the most important in fashion — the energy of individualism.
The women’s collection of RESERVED for spring 2020 is characterised by lightness — a black blouse with buffy sleeves is a transparent one, an oversized trench coat — light blue. Femininity is accentuated by a strongly marked waist, high-waisted trousers and heels. This is a noble classic that reinterprets vintage fashion. It is stylish and expressive, it is not afraid of a skirt below the knee or a high turtleneck, because sensuality is manifested in the details and the way of wearing clothes. Cut out boots revealing the foot, a cardigan put on the naked body or open sleeves of the coat are truly mesmerising. And the floral patterns of chiffon dresses and scarves add a touch of romanticism with a contemporary twist.
Modern masculinity is fashion-sensitive. A patterned shirt, a melange sweater or white denim are some of the motifs in the men’s collection by RESERVED for spring 2020, which focuses on distinctive spring trends. The slim silhouette in the new romantic style, the loose, relaxed cut of the 1990s or the silver quilted jacket of the new millennium are extremes that are not mutually exclusive. RESERVED designers find a common denominator there — uncompromising nature and the need to express one’s own style which juggles the most fashionable motifs and cuts.
A red total look for work, a net party top — the word “exaggeration” in male fashion has long been obsolete. That is why RESERVED relies on strong accessories — a lacquered backpack or a silver bag on a wide strap will vamp up even the most casua look.