Runway Review: Misha Nonoo Spring 2015

On Friday, London-raised designer, Misha Nonoo, teamed up with the eclectic brooklyn artist, Dustin Yellin to showcase a fresh, chic & effortless collection. The introduction of Yellin to the catwalk (casually sipping a starbucks) unsurprisingly turned heads, but that wasn’t the only reason this talented designer caused a stir. Her eye-catching collection consisted of a mix of crisp all-white ensembles, shimmery metallics, free-flowing mint green co-ordinates, understated prints & of course, the perfect amount of striking colour. Although Nonoo showcased her collection in New York, it’s very clear that her London roots have had some influence on these impeccable Spring/Summer designs.

This fashion & art collaboration just couldn’t have been more perfect. Nonoo explained to The Cut that she was, “immediately drawn to his work and unique designs”. Yellin is the first artist that Misha has worked with & the addition of the unique prints ensured that, overall, this collection has everything you need for your Spring/Summer wardrobe.
To balance the burst of print, Nonoo ensured that the rest of her collection was simplistic, effortless & extremely chic. The deep v-necks, the mix of long & short lengths and the understated strappy & pointed heels emphasized the beauty of this delicate, dreamy & feminine collection. Can we just fast-forward to Spring already?

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