And Nordic Hope it was, Line of Oslo showed a collection inspired by the 1970s peace and love spirit, in combination with Nordic culture such as healthy, natural and democratic values.
The spectacular show opening consisted of several ice dancers dressed in the collection’s fluffy, dark colored jackets wearing feathers on their heads like indian tribe leaders, skating down the runway in an amazingly fast pace while ice dancing.
The models entered the runway showing us what Line of Oslo has to offer this fall. Knitting, light colors and flat shoes were key words for the collection, although what started out as romantic chic style turned later in the direction of rock before finalizing in ethnic retro by the end of the show. Biker boots, black fur, short dresses in square pattern, animal print blouses, slim jeans, the 70s jeans, bib and brace jeans and hats were all making an appearance at the runway. Line of Oslo showed in other words a great variety in terms of styles for the AW12 collection, something which is grounded in the designer’s strong believe in designing for all women.
–We want everyone to feel good about themselves, in all shapes and forms, Line Jeanette Varner says to Oslo Fashion Week magazine.
The show was wrapped up by ice dancers entering the runway once again, this time in pastel colored, wool sweaters, dancing in snow falling down. Line of Oslo presented a fabulous show for her AW12 collection and we are excited to see what next she will come up with.