Mathieu Mirano Resort 2017: Bold and Organic

Mathieu Mirano exploded onto the scene in 2011 with his much-lauded, nine-piece capsule collection.  After attending Huntington School of Fine Arts and New York’s Parsons School of Design, the then 19-year-old’s unique and refreshing interpretation of womenswear lead to him launching his eponymous brand – Mathieu Mirano – in 2012.


He is the newest eveningwear designer to watch having developed a quick loyal following amongst private and celebrity clients – such as Kendall Jenner, Nikki Read, Kylie Minogue, Julianne Moore, Karlie Kloss, and Nicole Richie, to name a few – who revel in Mirano’s one-of-a-kind designs that speak to their innate, voracious strength while remaining delicate and decidedly feminine.


The heart of Mirano’s vision lies in creating an innovative way in which women wear evening wear by approaching each collection with a youthful, sculptural, bright modern eye. In homage to his native New York City, Mirano creates each garment piece-by-piece in his atelier located in the heart of the City’s Garment District.

For his latest Resort 2017 collection, Mathieu Mirano further develops his bold, organic visual language in an exciting new offering of gowns and dresses. Consistently being inspired by movement and flowing form, Mirano twists and bends fabric around the female form to create sharp lines, bold contrast, and laser-like fit. The brand continues to be an exercise in flowing shape and form, finding Mirano daringly playing with new silhouettes and fabrications. Using structured Italian silk failles, airy Swiss gazaars, and delicate French laces, Mirano creates asymmetrical compositions within wearable bodies for a courageous, worldly woman. Exploring the idea of stationary garments effortlessly moving the eye up, down, and around the body, Mirano continues to develop his streamlined constructions with the addition of color blocking to create a boldly organic statement.


Elena Sendona

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