Susa Kreuzberger is an emerging Viennese fashion designer who founded her eponymous label in 2012. Her mission is to combine high quality materials with avant-garde shapes, turning them into comfortable clothes. Her collections are seasonless and timeless, challenging the ever-changing seasonality of the current fashion world. She strives to create pieces which will be cherished for years and years. Her creations aim to work in tandem with the human form, to use deconstruction to accentuate the natural shape of the body. The designs themselves to not have rigid shapes, they are meant to be worn whichever way the woman donning them so choses so that they may let the clothes help accentuate her personality.
Another theme throughout all of Susa Kreuzberger's collections is the intentional choice of a black, grey and white colour palette with the additional colour thrown in. For the Autumn Winter 2015 DeConstructed collection, she chose to add a raw indigo blue to the array.
Her DeConstructed collection for Autumn Winter 2015 is a perfect follow through with her vision. From the draping to the tailoring, every detail is meticulously considered. This collection is everything we can see walking through the city streets. Creative, artistic yet still completely wearable. Susa Kreuzberger takes a classic blouse, a traditional cape, an everyday dress and updates them to fit the woman of the 21st century. Beyond simply updating the shapes, she has added texture to the garments to evoke even more of the senses.
Another thing we love about the pictures for this collection is that Susa Kreuzberger stays true to her philosophy: women of any and every age can enjoy her designs. Honestly, there are several pieces throughout which we could see any gender adorning.
Minimalism at its finest, take a look at the DeConstructed collection and tell us what you think.
You can like Susa Kreuzberger on Facebook to keep up to date with this amazing label.
Credits: Ada Karlbauer & Rosiwitha Karlbauer
All photos provided by and © Susa Kreuzberger
Photographs by Flora P