Serafin Andrzejak launches his Spanish Inspired AW16 Collection

Serafin Andrzejak has just launched his AW16 collection, a stunning all black collection inspired by the art of the surrealist Joan Miro. Different from his previous collections, Serafin has taken a new turn, giving us his definition of Spain with his latest aesthetic. Check out more of the collection below, with the campaign photography shot by Piotr Porebsky 



The Autumn/ Winter 16-17 collection by Serafin Andrzejak will undoubtedly be a surprise to all his enthusiasts. Moving away from simple forms and heavy fabrics, Andrzejak explores fitting forms and light fabrics, taking a more sensual route, emphasizing the female silhouette and assets. Known for his minimalism, Andrzejak paid attention only to the essential details of the Spanish culture. Taking inspiration from Joan Miro’s works – the cuts and shapes of the dresses are made with Miro’s art work in mind. With understated characteristics of the flamenco and traditional bull fighters style, think high waisted  trousers with stripes down the sides, puffed sleeves and slightly dramatic skirts – in uniform black, true to Serafin’s aesthetic


Piotr Porębski, a renowned Polish photographer, is responsible for the campaign promoting the A/W 16-17 collection. With this campaign he decided to play on the art form of the collection, aiming for courage and controversy. Playing with nudity and styles from Marilyn Mason to playing with subtleties and Spanish motives, witht he models movements inspired by the flamenco.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAPhotography: Piotr Porebsky/ Metaluna

Model: Milena/ Rebel Models

Make-up: Beata Milczarek/ Metaluna

Hair: Sebastian Kobielski/ Metaluna

Stylist: Janek Kryszczak/ Metaluna

Retouch: Kuba Sapija/ Metaluna

Production: Metaluna Agency

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