Nanushka Centers on Hungarian Heritage for SS23
With each passing season, it’s expected that Nanushka’s offerings will set forth silhouettes that are just as refined as they are timeless. There’s a contemporary regality at play done up with muted natural shades underpinned by subtle pops of vivid color. For the Spring/Summer 2023 season, the Budapest-based brand furthers this aesthetic with designs inspired by Hungarian heritage.
Rooted in the belief that functionality fosters beauty, the new offering embodies soft luxury. Calf-length overcoats appear in vegan leather and cotton fabrics – producing an elevated calmness whether they be paired with sweatsuits and or short dresses. Knitwear, which is a brand staple, shows up in lavender-colored crotchet tank tops, vests, cotton jumpers, long-sleeve polos and ribbed dresses. Enhancing both knitwear and coordinating set pieces is a selection of graphic designs inspired by Turanian ornaments from Transylvania.
“We wanted to revitalize its century-old craft techniques, translating them into our world,” Sándor told Vogue Runway. “It’s like bringing to life a new heritage, approaching it in an innovative way.”
Elsewhere in the collection are oversized jackets, a driftwood-colored satin bomber jacket with matching shorts, fringed skirts and more. An eggshell-colored structured jacket with chest pockets and black leather overalls serve as menswear highlights.
Check out the collection in the gallery above.
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