Show review by Evgeniya Ilinskaya on Luuk magazine / by BLAAK

"Every collection of this British brand bears an individual character. So was the case this time.
Glancing into the past, Sachido Okada and Aaron Sharif presented a new approach to the clothes. The show at the “Maison des Metallos” with a religious background and music by Jesus Oskar Vizan didn’t leave anyone indifferent.
Cross-shaped accessories, white loose shirts, shortened trousers and shorts create an image of a strong-willed and free person. A stunning appearance of a model with a wreath of thorns on his head. Here he is - the new, free and brave man, who is not a creation of God, he is God.
Blaak still remain loyal to its grim aesthetics: black, gray and white colors dominate. But this time the collection is diluted yellow-blue-red squares, which proved to be a very original approach.
Light negligence and rather "ragged" style contributed into the collection: sheepskin jackets tailored in a way that they look as if they were torn, and then sewed back; knitted scarves, thoroughly riddled. Shortened trousers fastened with straps on the shin, elongated shorts in squares and patch pockets create an urban style. Scarves decorated with black beads, necklaces, bags over the shoulders, backpacks have become integral accessories.
Autumn-Winter Collection 2010-2011, as though the previous collections of the house, bears something special, enigmatic and mysterious, and at the same time simple, free, and natural that finely complements the image of the modern man from Blaak. "