Ruffian Designers Wolk Morais Spring Ready To Wear Collection 2018

| February 9, 2018

Wolk Morais is a renowned clothing brand established by the two Ruffian fashion designers Brian Wolk & Claude Morais. The duo designers moved west to have creative freedom outside of the traditional New York fashion system.

The designers are inspired less by the streets and active wear and more by Hollywood designers. Custom black & white was actually created by Claude himself. “Brian put me to my brush”, he laughs, “I do it for my friends and Brian told me to put in the collection.

We have come up with their latest ready to wear collection “Wolk Morais spring 2018 RTW fashion show collection”. It was the brand’s sixth collection and with their sixth collection, L.A. based Brooklyn transplants the duo designers solidified their art and film-inspired approach.

With their sixth collection Los Angeles based designers Brian Wolk & Claude Morais have found inspiration in their adopted hometown. They presented their collection on the rooftop of the iconic Hollywood Roosevelt with the hotel’s neon signage lightening up the runway. Having pushed a more masculine angle in the past, they used feminine forms this spring season.

Morais said, “suiting is a good language for us”. In this Wolk Morais Spring RTW collection, a double-breasted coat was cut off to become a Spencer, waists were pronounced and shoulders were softened to feel at once buttoned-up and cool.

The entire collection layered striking acidic shades with leopard print silk, tiger print jacquard and even sequins embellished zebra pattern. With elements s strong, some appeared to be vying for attention but the combination felt cinematic, exactly as the duo intended.

Wolk Morais’s purposeful mix of colors, prints, patterns and texture for this Spring Ready to Wear Collection 2018 was interesting and awe-inspiring. Here we have a complete look book of this collection so keep on scrolling to take a view at this collection designed by Wolk Morais.

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