To me this show was an exploration of how rather thick and heavy fabrics and very light and often semi-transparent ones work together. Both in menswear and womenswear. The two types played a game in hiding and revealing bits and pieces of the models' bodies, making it all very mysterious and often refreshingly sexy. Thanks in part also to the beautifully dark hues and rich reds, in which most of the pieces were executed.
I felt that Cohen was most succesful in translating his ideas to menswear. Something he has just started doing really. I really liked how Tony Cohen embraced the new femininity in menswear, without losing the over all masculinity. Having said that, the womenswear was very good as well and a nice add in creating a varied programme for Amsterdam Fashion Week.
Photos: first one by me, others by Team Peter Stigter