The backdrop to this show was a Parisian salon that featured mirrored walls, low hanging chandeliers, and a reflective floor. Every surface returned an image, and echoed the gilded look of the gowns flawlessly. The models posed stiffly in crepe-de-chine, silk taffeta, and organza dresses – each one featuring a breathtaking detail that stood out from the garment with three-dimensional intensity. Slim silhouettes kept this tour-de-force from becoming too overwhelming. The aesthetic appeal of this collection is insanely high. This collection was presented without guile, without being derivative, and with a singular focus on the art of fashion. It’s a rare sight to see, and it’s one we welcome on the future couture landscape.
written by GRACE GORDON|photos: courtesy of GoRunway
-July 5, 2012
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