I wasn't familiar with the name 'Maticevski' until few months ago. While going through many street style photographs from last season's Sydney Fashion Week, I spotted some pretty interesting creations worn by some very influential women from fashion industry. They all had in common one name: Toni Maticevski.
After that, I got distracted and forgot to check on his work. The other time this designer's name popped my screen was when I saw his top as one of Motilo Edit items. I used it in my look and again... I forgot about it.
The third (and lucky) time I actually came in contact with Maticevski was couple of days ago. I saw his Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear collection. And you can imagine how excited I was. Not only have I remembered the name, no; I actually liked his whole collection and way of designing: he easily plays with forms, yet knows how to emphasize the female silhouette. He chooses a bit different materials and puts them together, making his creations rich in form and minimal in patterns. Chez Maticevski, form is everything.
His new collection is described as sculptural, architectural, something that can be worn both with sneakers and highest-of-them-all heels. My mind was (is) blown. I would wear it. Immediately.