Spring Ready-to-Wear 2015

Michael van der Ham

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Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015

Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015

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  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015
  • Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015

Michael van der Ham RTW Spring 2015

After opening his show with a range of urban daywear staples, the designer then turned on the charm, with looks that showed his sweetest, most romantic side.

After opening his show with a range of urban daywear staples, such as leather biker jackets, simple knits and denim pants, Michael van der Ham then turned on the charm, with looks that showed his sweetest, most romantic side. The designer, who dedicated his spring collection to the late Central Saint Martins’ fashion professor Louise Wilson, demonstrated his craftsmanship skills on dresses and separates using a sophisticated collage of fabrics that were sometimes layered to create asymmetric silhouettes.

The bottom of a flared patchwork frock was worked in a textured jacquard fabric with a silk chiffon insert that gave it a sense of movement; a navy-blue-and-white silk top looked especially fresh with a light-blue floral jacquard panel on the front.

Van der Ham also indulged in creative decorations, such as the column gown with an organza ruffled detail at the neck.

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