Spring 2007 Fashion Week Notebook | Dragana Ognjenovic

October 3rd, 2006

Dragana Ognjenovic Spring 2007 Runway
Photo Credit: Omiru: Style for All

Key Takeaways: Designer Dragana Ognjenovic showed an intellectual collection in black and white filled with gorgeous constructions.  Controlled volume featured prominently in Dragana’s tightly edited collection.

Color Palette: Neutrals: black and white, tempered with beige.

Silhouettes: Voluminous dresses and belted cape-style coats accompanied tulip skirts and straight legged pants.  Flutter sleeves, shirring, ruching, pleating, and ruffles added to the controlled volume story.

Accessories Report: Thick belts and shawls finished off the intellectually minimalist looks coming down the runway.

What’s Wearable: A short sleeved white stand collared dress, and a tailored jacket and short skirt combination with buttons running down center front (pictured).

What’s Not Wearable:
Some of the draped tops were on-target for the runway, but too theatrical for the streets.

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