A Fresh Opulence is how I’d describe it. As Giambattista Valli, himself is a designer who loves florals. Indeed, florals was the most important element at the show. Using Sparkles, Silk, and even sheer Valli mixed up the textures used on the floral prints. But what really gave the collection a fresh, Spring vibe was the lace used throughout the collection. Over crop tops and bodysuits, fresh Flowing lace dresses gave a really fresh, Spring feel. And for a more formal feel, try one of Valli’s peplum and ruffled ensembles. You’ll definitely find endless options for your Spring wardrobe in Valli’s collection. A fresh opulence guaranteed.
‘A Lace Garden’ is what Elie Saab titled his Spring 2014 collection, which was filled with: pastels, brights, and of course: Lace. There is this such timeless Beauty and Elegance in every Elie Saab collection, the clothing always really flattering the body of any women. As always, Saab uses an array of colors in his 58 look collection. The Red and Emerald hues and the Sparkles remind me of Saab’s Holiday inspired Haute Couture collection back in July. While the lace, white, and Peach hue remind of Springtime. But definitely don’t forget the floral printed evening gowns, giving the feel of a Rose Garden in bloom. And the Elie Saab girl continues to live in opulence.
Even though The Hotel de Salomon de Rothschild might’ve been an Old World Romantic hot spot, John Galliano‘s collection was nevertheless futuristic. As there were Sporty silhouettes, 3D cut visitors, and laser cut flowers. A trend seen at many shows over the past few years. John Galliano’s Bill Gaytten pairs each look with very futuristic Pumps, which really created and gave the collection sculpture. Gaytten a variety of hues from brights, to pastels, to neutrals. And mixing different prints together. All really giving the collection a lot of character.
Iconic former fashion designer, John Galliano had us all wondering what would be next for him in his career, after being fired from Creative director at both John Galliano and Christian Dior in February of 2011. We fortunately find answers … Continue reading →