Malorie Urbanovitch Spring 2015: 5 things you need to know

Oct 24 2014 by
Categories : Fashion

malorie-urbanovitch-tfw-spring-2015-fashion-pinkKnits, pleats and rich colours sum up Malorie Urbanovitch Spring 2015. All photos courtesy of Jenna Marie Wakani.

What’s the best thing about World MasterCard Fashion Week? Meeting up-and-coming 
Canadian designers, hands down. And trust me–you need to add this name to your radar for Spring 2015:
Malorie Urbanovitch. I chatted up the Edmonton-based designer (also last year’s winner of the Mercedes-Benz Start-Up competition) post-show at
TFW Spring 2015 to get all the deets behind her Spring 2015 collection. Here, she shares 5 things you need to know about the line to plan next season’s wardrobe accordingly.
Malorie Urbanovitch Spring 2015: The inspiration? "The inspiration is about the type of girl who wears it–she’s carefree and has a certain type of spirit. The clothes are very comfortable,
easy to wear and are all machine washable. You can feel beautiful and still have an easy lifestyle—you’re a busy girl."
Check out my full interview with Malorie Urbanovitch after the jump…

malorie-urbanovitch-tfw-spring-2015-fashion-dressYour first look at the very first gown Malorie Urbanovitch has ever designed.

Malorie Urbanovitch Spring 2015: The key piece? "Probably the
microfiber gown. I’ve never done a gown before–it’s my first try at it and it turned out amazing. I’m always drawn to knits because of the way they fit the body and their comfort, so I thought a knit gown would be different."
Malorie Urbanovitch Spring 2015: The colour scheme? "A lot of earthy tones, a lot of bright colours. I know it’s a lot moodier than what you usually see for spring, but I wanted to do something with a bit of attitude, a bit out of the box. The inspiration for the colours is a mood ring with all of those different, very rich colours going into one."
Malorie Urbanovitch Spring 2015: The pulsing music? "When I have a
runway show, I really like creating a mood where people can leave and feel like ‘Oh my gosh, that felt cinematic.’ I wanted something slow and moody with a big impact."
Malorie Urbanovitch Spring 2015: The #1 thing no one knows? "I try not to make it a secret, but all of the knits are made by women who work out of their homes in Europe. I’m trying to revive a cottage industry with this collection and make everything feel like someone’s hands were on it. Everything’s hand done."
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Categories: Fashion