Paris fashion week gives much of himself. On Monday we saw proposals on the catwalk that are always interesting and noteworthy. Classic brands where their designers are no longer, as Paco Rabanne or Ungaro and lesser-known designers. In Tredencias you have what happened in Paris.
Zuhair Murad a designer is dress up celebrity on the red carpet. His collections always connote glamour. In his designs of prêt-à-porter still guessing that intentionality in dress the woman in a sophisticated manner but with less elaborate designs. Flowers, sequins and lace are mixed with leather to show a woman good and bad at the same time.
Lydia Maurer He presented a collection that is a good example of how to adapt the files and a trademark references to today. Chain-mail dresses are upgraded even more but without being terribly futuristic. The inspiration of the designer in creating some items has been aviation. Detailed with metallic plates shelters are sober but elegant style. The best, miniskirts with steering wheel low mesh and dresses that mix lace with the famous Rabanne chain mail.
At Ungaro, since Emanuel Ungaro left the House, it’s been so many designers that it is difficult to remember them all… Fausto Puglisi It is the new Ungaro bet and hopefully let you time so you can aposentar and the maison recover some shine. The collection which presented has the Ungaro DNA. Geometric, polka dot prints, Baroque and shoulder pads xxl for a collection that any that there is another success.
Dion Lee, It is an Australian designer who needs to keep track of. Designer delves into the most current techniques and surprises by its rigorous innovation. In his collection, we see a technique in wool felt mesh creating an effect that is both visually degraded as the texture. He also experimented with an architectural reference, the Sydney Opera House, in your clothes. Rising volumes on the slopes and stamping tropical cyclones in them.
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