Set on a circular runway. A man made rain pours down into a central pool of water. A ring of fire appears. While a ray of white light pops into the smokey air. Models walking on a black wooden floor. The show notes waxed on and on about the Equestrian and Flapper dresses, as foundation pieces, but when you look at the setting, you know the collection was all about the Four Elements: Earth, Fire, Air and Water. Roberto Cavalli seemed to incorporate that inspiration, all throughout the collection. As phython and leopard prints, paired with a fur Shaw give off an African Safari like feel. The hot red and orange prints of fire, so perfectly woven into a black Flapper dress. While tribal prints line a cocktail dress.
Stripes. Fringe. The White Blouse. Staples seen throughout Ulyana Sergeenko’s Spring 2014 Haute Couture show. Where the Russian designer takes us on an imaginary journey through the former Soviet Union Southern Republics of: Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan, Sergeenko, herself, had stated. Describing the colors of: Ruby, Emerald, Navy, and Pristine Petal, as key hues throughout the collection. In the collection, Sergeenko keeps her signature spin, having pretty much every look in a luxurious silk fabric, and many of the skirts and dresses in my favorite style: puffy. Besides the Princess like styles inspired by the Southern parts of the Soviet Union, I also notice some hints of the Flapper, with the Sparkling silver fringe flowing from a navy cocktail dress. While a striped robe will cover your most delicate evening gown, when you don’t want it to be seen. As everything goes decadent.
The collection is: Fun, Feminine, Sexy, Ladylike, and Classy; but yet still perfect for any vacation you’ll be taking this summer. Moschino‘s Creative Director, Rosella Jardini incorporated many elements into her collection, making it just so fun and Chic for any Spring or Summer event.
The bright shades really give the collection a Chic 70s vibe.
The feathers really bring in such a Chic Flapper and Great Gatsby vibe.