story and photo editing by Alexandra Dawes
photos and interview by Sandy Ramirez
video editing by Charles Beckwith
Mara Hoffman showed a mystically-inspired Fall 2010 collection down, and modaCYCLE photographer Sandy Ramirez got to ask her some questions before the presentation.
Hoffman’s collection was full of edgy acid-hued dip-dyes, hieroglyph prints, chunky bare zippers, and bold tribal prints. With a powerful feminine direction, this downtown chic collection consisted of dresses and separates with mixed print and solid arrangements.
The highlights of the show: the layered parka with the motorcycle-inspired zippers and curved hems; bohemian flowy drape-front silk jersey dress; the simple black cap-sleeved column with green, neon pink, and yellow geometric shapes; the spiked heels and tribal-like hammered metal pieces in the models hair and on their wrists; and solid metallic gunmetal jackets.
Here is Sandy’s interview with the designer.
Hoffman successfully put on a sexy and divine show for fall 2010.