Last we spoke about Susa Kreuzberger, we explored her Autumn Winter 2015 collection DeConstructed, where she proved her prowess in tailoring and draping.
Code Noire takes the signature Susa Kreuzberger style and takes a bit of a darker, more ethereal turn. In this collection, Susa wants to recreate what we think of feminism. This collection takes on the notion of gender and how that it is commonly dictated by fashion. Susa takes softer fabrics for stronger pieces, while using more rigid fabrics for commonly considered feminine looks. Code Noire also challenges the current notion of seasonality in the fashion industry, as is part of the brand ethos of Susa Kreuzberger.
Here is just a taste of Code Noire, you can see the entire collection on her website where you can get a sense for the amazing prints, pleats and techniques she used.