Nenukko A/W 2011 by Victoria Haynes.
Darkness Requires White Spots was the enigmatic name for a by turns commercial and fun collection from Nenukko, which was opened by a very small person in Japanese wooden flip flops which did barely anything to raise her height to anything approaching catwalk level.
There was plenty of capacious hoods, nappy trousers and panda prints on leggings but I wasn’t so convinced by some of the oversized garments. More mussy hair with plaits in long hair for women, and an oversized tweed print. Crimped hair for men, grey hair and more grey jersey. Yet again it was all about the red, grey, white, black… I don’t really understand the obsession with this narrow colour range, but maybe it’s what the Polish fashion market loves? The models returned for a final stroll barefoot… aside from the little one.
Nenukko A/W 2011. All photography Amelia Gregory.
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