Designer Kristen Korhani brought a bit of the Canadian Great White North to Berlin and showcased the latest in her graphically brilliant and colorful Native Canadian inspired designs as featured at the AXICA Kongress on March 8, 2012 in Berlin, Germany.
Featuring designs for both men and women, models donned geometric Native North American motif garments made of blankets, chunky furs and accessorized with shaggy fur boots and tasseled moccasins, carrying snow shoes in hand as a useful prop! The reindeer antlers were incredibly cute!
Also prevalent was the Canadian maple leaf motif in autumnal colors and the traditional red and white (which the model accessorized with sexy thigh high red suede boots!), as appears on their national flag.
There was also a cute Mountie on-hand, in Korhan’s rendition of a Canadian Mountie uniform that is, to complete the Canadian theme.
Designer Kirsten Korhani artfully presents several lovely Native North American graphic prints including some decidedly from those tribes in the American Northwest, which personally I adore.
And it’s not just about capes and blanketing garments, there is also a very pretty cream colored formal dress with a bird motif, as well as the maple leaf coat in autumnal colors for both men and women.Very intriguing are the Korhani teepee capes in earth tones which seem a lot of fun to add to anyone’s wardrobe, even if you’re not into the whole Native American bit like I am. Enjoy the stunning slide show of these extraordinary garments!