After 6 years at Y/Project, Glenn Martens gave us a collection filled with his own aesthetic language. Once again, he reinterpreted and twisted that language and created a beautiful collection. The silhouettes in this collection were very unique and well-thought-out. He did the brand’s heritage proud by using delicate lace details and V-neck sweaters. If you hear lace, you think ‘romantic’, but that’s not the case for this collection. As Y/Project explains: “Lace is taken away from its romantic connotation and is the object of textile experimentation this season: sewn on the inside of tulle tops, intricate tulle and lace trimmings create visual effects when in motion.”
The tailoring in this collection is very interesting, strong and renewing. We liked the variety of it. Martens truly created an aesthetically pleasing collection with interesting silhouettes and tailoring for a versatile woman.
We do have to admit that we liked his Fall-Winter a little bit more, but that’s not that strange. Fall-Winter collections do have the tendency to be better.