Although this collection was rather short with only 10 looks I enjoyed the consistency in Judith’s experimentation with tulle, construction and abstract geometric forms. Judith Altier has always impressed us with her exuberant use of textiles breaking away from the mediocre norm of using a fabric because that’s what clothing is made from and rather considering the essence of the fabric and the consequences on the design. The fabrics themselves were all a mesh of whites, blacks and greys and this colorless palette is the most prevalent characteristic of minimalism and while I have the strong urge to say that the collection was nothing more, the complex structures and in descript silhouettes forcefully disagree. While some silhouettes were rather rigid while others were gentle as they cascaded down the body reminiscing a waterfall, almost as if the garment was a part of the woman and it was dripping from her in the gentlest way but never actually leaving her body. Viva my favourite look A.k.a #10.