Contradictions have always been a favourite element in the collections of Annemie.
This time she has openly worked on two colourpalettes and silhouettes.
One is an androgynous total look with straight pants and various tops which are punctuated by a small creamwhite piping, luxurious versions in a Robe de chambre-look in a printed satin silk, or a printed extrafine silk chiffon, also a powerful blu printed linen batist has been used for this theme.
The other one is more feminine, chemise dresses in various volumes are worn with sweaters in reversed jacquards inside-out, with greyish pastel cotton sweaters or compact cardigans with a transparent white or grey knitted collar like stiff organdi.
The return of a singular version of the culotte, so successfull in the forties, in pale blue
technic lace, or with a wide generous pleated skirt in lasercutted dots in carbon grey.
ethnic and technic fabrics are equally worked out, in oversized or narrow shapes for
the dresses in natural or artificial fabrics.
Pure and simple stripes in double jersey are longing and yearning for a Jean Seberg Beauty, desperately romantic in « A bout de souffle » of Jean-Luc Godard in 1960, or in the novel of Françoise Sagan « Bonjour tristesse » of Otto Preminger.
All has been thought for her : cool and sophisticated, intellectual and instinctual, sensual and puritain, smart and ingenious.