Maticevski Resort 2016

Designer Toni Maticevski has mastered the art of casual drama. It’s an absolute oxymoron, I know. But how else would you describe the Sydney based designer’s knack for creating the most theatrical silhouettes, with large ruffles and high volumes – but yet, convincing us that most of his stunning separates can be worn during the day or to a informal evening affair. That is, if you’ve got the gusto . . .

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(available for pre-order at Moda Operandi)

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15 Comments

  1. Mun wrote:

    Just gotta say wow

    6.25.15
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  2. Kiara King wrote:

    This brilliance is exactly why Maticevski has become one of my all-time favourite designers. Truly brilliant.

    http://www.lioninthewild.com

    6.25.15
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  3. Sophia wrote:

    “Casual drama” is the perfect way to describe this collection!
    ~Sophia
    http://plaidismyfavouritecolour.blogspot.com/

    6.25.15
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  4. barb wrote:

    holy crap – I can’t breath….the collection is too die for

    6.25.15
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  5. Victoria wrote:

    Hey Erica,

    Wow! Thank you so much for sharing Maticevski’s collection. I think you prefectly summed it up with the phrasing “casual drama”. What I would do to wear some of these outfits!!

    I think that Toni has a way of creating unique shapes the dresses, skirts, and overall outfits here that is incredibly eye catching, however it is the use of colors and textures that help downplay the drama.

    This is not only going all over my pinterest board, but I’m going to have to tweet about it too!

    6.25.15
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  6. Trilby wrote:

    Lovely! We tend to forget how intriguing an outfit can be that hides much of the wearer’s form. Apparently you can even smuggle in other people under these clothes!

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  7. Manuela wrote:

    Dramatically beautiful!

    xx
    http://www.manipineiro.com

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  8. Stephanie wrote:

    These pieces are gorgeous. I love how so many of them just flow and take a shape of their own.

    I’m a fashion blogger in NYC. To follow my adventures featuring the best of NYC’s fashion and food, check out sustenanceandstyle.com. Always looking to collaborate with new bloggers, so contact me! See you there xx

    – Stephanie

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  9. YV wrote:

    The volumes are glorious. So beautiful.
    http://thefervour.com

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  10. Prudence Yeo wrote:

    The silhouettes of these designs are so unique and striking! Definitely statement pieces that will wow the crowd, amazing looks!

    Prudence
    http://www.prudencepetitestyle.com

    6.26.15
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  11. Holly wrote:

    Have been following Maticevski for a few seasons, I found his use of fabric and shape very inspiring. Thanks for sharing the new collection, love the flare on flare!

    6.26.15
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  12. Louise wrote:

    I love this Australian designer! Truly an artist!! Bringing out the element of art out of fashion

    http://www.thefacelessstyle.blogspot.com

    6.30.15
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  13. Maria wrote:
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  14. Zen wrote:

    The styling is amazing. Her figure doesn’t hurt either 😛 I need a model to showoff my DIYs for hapinesswherever.wordpress.com 😛

    8.20.15
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