Meet Redemption and the Fall/Winter 2016 collection that kicked Paris Fashion Week up a notch!
Dior and Chanel both delivered massive Fall/Winter 2016 collections at Paris Fashion Week, but it’s an Italian show that really caught my eye this season. Enter Redemption, who call Italy home and bring both spunk and responsibility to the runway. With Bebe Moratti at the reigns as creative director, what really sets Redemption apart is a strong commitment to social change. Beyond regularly spreading messages of hope, love and sustainability…they also put their money where their mouth is, donating 50% of their net profits to important nonprofit organizations.
Take it from someone who spends her days raising money for a nonprofit that serves people with disabilities, that level of generosity is beyond rare.
And so it’s with strength and social responsibility that Redemption delivered a Fall/Winter 2016 collection to the Paris runways. It’s a collection that pushes rock influences while shaping a level of edgy sophistication. In a spunky mix, models are clad in heavy smokey eyes while working short hemlines in embroidered biker jackets, swanky tuxedo jackets and shaggy furs. Romanticism also had its place as elongated gowns sashayed and sparkled down the runway, bringing a closing finale of glamour to an all-around home run show.
Redemption’s Fall/Winter 2016 collection really hit all the right notes. It’s a perfect concoction of spiced up elegance that brought real life to the runway and I’m very excited to see where Bebe Moratti takes us for the spring collection.
As always, thank you so much for reading! To see the full collection and get to know more about the incredible work (both fashionable and charitable) of Redemption, hop over to their website here!