With an inquisitive look into the idea of form, Esteban Cortazar‘s collection for Fall/Winter 2015 touches on the sensual vulnerability of his woman. Here we only get glimpses of the figure underneath as she only allows you to see what she wants to reveal. Solid, unyielding leather corsetry that mimics armor meets with fringed silhouettes that sway with each exposed footstep. There is a feminine power behind the duality of cocoon-like capes with exposed midriffs and balloon fringe-looping with sheer underlays — can you come close or not? For Cortazar’s woman, she has the power to decide herself. See for yourself in this exclusive presentation of the Esteban Cortazar F/W 2015 lookbook.

Photographer & Art Director: Jaime Rubiano (Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY)
Editor: George Cortina (Camilla Lowther Management)
Casting Director: Andrew Weir (ACW Worldwide)

Text by Irene Ojo-Felix

Lookbook courtesy of Esteban Cortazar for Models.com


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One Comment to “Esteban Cortazar F/W 2015”

  1. Atilio Perdomo says:

    It’s funny, in the beginning i thought she was a male, that’s a plus for her. Some of these pieces are interesting, they look like they’ve been taken out of a Star Trek movie