This past Monday at the Skylight Clarkson Square in Soho, Mimi Prober presented her Spring/Summer collection to an eager room filled to capacity.
The New York based designer is known for her focus on sustainable fashion and a zero-waste philosophy. With recycled antique materials dating back to the 18th and 20th centuries being used to create her collection, Prober managed to construct a modern and airy collection that lit up the runway.
Floral lace and delicate beading really defined Prober’s set. With pieces utilizing a botanical based dye the entire evening was incredibly reminiscent of nature’s beauty. The color scheme utilized an array of lavender and indigo hues that maintained the show’s delicate yet trendy aesthetic.
Against a blossoming floral wall backdrop models wore a varied array of womenswear garments that very much fit the atmosphere. A number of sheer black pieces featured in towards end of the show echoed a dark fairy tale. Overall the entire show was incredibly celestial and organic, and Prober’s unique methods only added the collection’s charm.