Boy scout survival. Daniel Vosivic begin his show with a film of his muse Martha, in the wilderness on a mission. Her mission: to survive - fearfully ripping discovered cloth into appropriate and wearable bikini tubes -complimenting her downtown aesthetic at its best. Vosovic's collection "Final Girl," seemed to be inspired by unsuiting circumstances and questionable perserverance.
When the runway show begin, we knew we were in for a surprise. The show opened with a slouchy trailblazer coat, immediately acknowledging Vosovic's 360 degree turnaround from his Fall 2010 collection - structured elegance to accessible cool. Models continued down the runway in moss, sandstone and deer-like colors, honoring tied, slashed and twisted details.
Shown were tied button-dow shirt dresses, slashed tees and panther frocks and a charming silk-printed twist dress which set the pace of the market Vosovic is after this season. Being mesmerized, by what could eventually inspire DIY risks with printed silk and embroided fabrics, came to a halt when Vosovic sent down a phenomenal moss polymer survial jacket; capturing the beauty of transparency meets utility - finally meeting chic. The jacket, paired with an ash print tank and black banded skirt, stunned guest (a great majority being Vosovic's Project Runway colleagues) as we all starred and nodded with approval, leaving one question at hand: when and where can we purchase?