Ulla Johnson Runway Show for New York Fashion Week FW23 Ready To Wear Collection were exactly as we imagined it; classy and bold – as most of the design displayed hold unique colors.
If footwear can reveal a lot about a person, the kitten-heeled suede pumps worn by Ulla Johnson in today’s episode suggested that she has somewhere to go, even though the fringe prevented them from being very “practical.”
She hasn’t given up on romance, but a sharply tailored black blazer with a single button, even when worn with a ruffled net skirt, suggested a new level of seriousness. It’s Johnson’s first attempt at work-appropriate tailoring, if memory serves. There was an entire pantsuit in a dusty blue agave, complete with a belted jacket and loose flares. In addition, there are several glossy puffer coats and shirts, jeans, and skirts made of lacquered leather, some of which have been hand-painted with single blossoms.
Johnson debuted her first evening gown on the runway last year. She went back to the category because it was well received by shoppers in stores and created a one-shoulder party dress and a shorter tiered trapeze in emerald green silk cloqué.
The outfit was a two-piece in gold cloqué with an off-the-shoulder crop top and tulip skirt. She wore a short angora knit tank top and a monochromatic copper silk tulip skirt to convey an elegant but not stuffy look. It’s possible that a silk halterneck sundress with pleats that was shibori colored stole the show. Very much Johnson’s cup of tea and highly desirable.
See full collection below;