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  • hauturely posted an update 10 months, 2 weeks ago

    Red is for Romance at La Metamorphose Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week
    The designers at La Metamorphose have gone back to basics for their wintertime formal wear. The collection demonstrates how to create bold moments out of color and fabrication, opening the show with a series of red, floor-length…[Read more]

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    Bursting with Life: Vibrant Vitality at Global Fashion Collective I Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Twin designers Xun (Chen Dan) and Ruo (Chen Ying) wowed the crowd at New York Fashion Week with a series of bright designs flowing and swaying with a life of their own. The garments feature various flora and fauna, decorated with…[Read more]

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    Bursting with Life: Vibrant Vitality at Global Fashion Collective I Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Twin designers Xun (Chen Dan) and Ruo (Chen Ying) wowed the crowd at New York Fashion Week with a series of bright designs flowing and swaying with a life of their own. The garments feature various flora and fauna, decorated with camels, tigers, and other wildlife. The broad, black strokes of illustration honor Chinese calligraphy and artistry while being modernized by splashes of watercolor-like colors. The designers contrast structure with flow, featuring pieces with double-breasted blazers alongside tops with billowed sleeves and ruffles. The most used textiles were satin silk and chiffon: perfect choices for capturing the movement and freedom of the animals and plant-life depicted on the garments. While form plays an essential role in the collection, the runway show was drawn towards the vibrancy and the range of colors featured in the garments. Colors ranged from bright baby blues to cool-toned whites to rich oranges, pinks, and purples. The colors were often sweeping across the garments, gathering at the bottom in a mix of bold shades and exciting designs. The color selection in tandem with the candid illustrations of animals and wildlife accomplish a sweeping feat of making runway garments come to life in an exciting and fresh twist on the use of printed textiles in high fashion. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Global Fashion Collective Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #globalfashioncollective #globalfashioncollectivearticle #globalfashioncollectivess20 #emmakolakowski #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ebconsultsworldwide #ebconsultsworldwidearticle hauturely_dsc_5162hauturely_dsc_5190hauturely_dsc_5262hauturely_dsc_5285
    Bursting with Life: Vibrant Vitality at Global Fashion Collective I Spring Summer 2020 during New Yo
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    Bursting with Life: Vibrant Vitality at Global Fashion Collective I Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Twin designers Xun (Chen Dan) and Ruo (Chen Ying) wowed the crowd at New York Fashion Week with a series of bright designs flowing and swaying with a life of their own. The garments feature various flora and fauna, decorated with camels, tigers, and other wildlife. The broad, black strokes of illustration honor Chinese calligraphy and artistry while being modernized by splashes of watercolor-like colors. The designers contrast structure with flow, featuring pieces with double-breasted blazers alongside tops with billowed sleeves and ruffles. The most used textiles were satin silk and chiffon: perfect choices for capturing the movement and freedom of the animals and plant-life depicted on the garments. While form plays an essential role in the collection, the runway show was drawn towards the vibrancy and the range of colors featured in the garments. Colors ranged from bright baby blues to cool-toned whites to rich oranges, pinks, and purples. The colors were often sweeping across the garments, gathering at the bottom in a mix of bold shades and exciting designs. The color selection in tandem with the candid illustrations of animals and wildlife accomplish a sweeping feat of making runway garments come to life in an exciting and fresh twist on the use of printed textiles in high fashion. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Global Fashion Collective Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #globalfashioncollective #globalfashioncollectivearticle #globalfashioncollectivess20 #emmakolakowski #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ebconsultsworldwide #ebconsultsworldwidearticle hauturely_dsc_5162hauturely_dsc_5190hauturely_dsc_5262hauturely_dsc_5285
    Bursting with Life: Vibrant Vitality at Global Fashion Collective I Spring Summer 2020 during New Yo
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    Bursting with Life: Vibrant Vitality at Global Fashion Collective I Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Twin designers Xun (Chen Dan) and Ruo (Chen Ying) wowed the crowd at New York Fashion Week with a series of bright designs flowing and swaying with a life of their own. The garments feature various flora and fauna, decorated with camels, tigers, and other wildlife. The broad, black strokes of illustration honor Chinese calligraphy and artistry while being modernized by splashes of watercolor-like colors. The designers contrast structure with flow, featuring pieces with double-breasted blazers alongside tops with billowed sleeves and ruffles. The most used textiles were satin silk and chiffon: perfect choices for capturing the movement and freedom of the animals and plant-life depicted on the garments. While form plays an essential role in the collection, the runway show was drawn towards the vibrancy and the range of colors featured in the garments. Colors ranged from bright baby blues to cool-toned whites to rich oranges, pinks, and purples. The colors were often sweeping across the garments, gathering at the bottom in a mix of bold shades and exciting designs. The color selection in tandem with the candid illustrations of animals and wildlife accomplish a sweeping feat of making runway garments come to life in an exciting and fresh twist on the use of printed textiles in high fashion. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Global Fashion Collective Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #globalfashioncollective #globalfashioncollectivearticle #globalfashioncollectivess20 #emmakolakowski #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ebconsultsworldwide #ebconsultsworldwidearticle hauturely_dsc_5162hauturely_dsc_5190hauturely_dsc_5262hauturely_dsc_5285
    Bursting with Life: Vibrant Vitality at Global Fashion Collective I Spring Summer 2020 during New Yo
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    Bursting with Life: Vibrant Vitality at Global Fashion Collective I Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Twin designers Xun (Chen Dan) and Ruo (Chen Ying) wowed the crowd at New York Fashion Week with a series of bright designs flowing and swaying with a life of their own. The garments feature various flora and fauna, decorated with camels, tigers, and other wildlife. The broad, black strokes of illustration honor Chinese calligraphy and artistry while being modernized by splashes of watercolor-like colors. The designers contrast structure with flow, featuring pieces with double-breasted blazers alongside tops with billowed sleeves and ruffles. The most used textiles were satin silk and chiffon: perfect choices for capturing the movement and freedom of the animals and plant-life depicted on the garments. While form plays an essential role in the collection, the runway show was drawn towards the vibrancy and the range of colors featured in the garments. Colors ranged from bright baby blues to cool-toned whites to rich oranges, pinks, and purples. The colors were often sweeping across the garments, gathering at the bottom in a mix of bold shades and exciting designs. The color selection in tandem with the candid illustrations of animals and wildlife accomplish a sweeping feat of making runway garments come to life in an exciting and fresh twist on the use of printed textiles in high fashion. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Global Fashion Collective Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #globalfashioncollective #globalfashioncollectivearticle #globalfashioncollectivess20 #emmakolakowski #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ebconsultsworldwide #ebconsultsworldwidearticle hauturely_dsc_5162hauturely_dsc_5190hauturely_dsc_5262hauturely_dsc_5285
    Bursting with Life: Vibrant Vitality at Global Fashion Collective I Spring Summer 2020 during New Yo
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 10 months, 2 weeks ago

    1970’s Fusion Glam at Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    In keeping with classic 1970’s women’s fashion, the models at Son Jung Wan’s Spring Summer 2020 show donned chunky platform heels and wore their hair crimped and disco-style. Recent years have seen the emphatic revival of the 1970’s style both in the fashion w…[Read more]

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    1970’s Fusion Glam at Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week In keeping with classic 1970’s women’s fashion, the models at Son Jung Wan’s Spring Summer 2020 show donned chunky platform heels and wore their hair crimped and disco-style. Recent years have seen the emphatic revival of the 1970’s style both in the fashion world and in streetwear. In emphasizing the free-flowing nature of the 1970’s, the material used is rippled and cascaded across the length of the body, creating an abundance of ruffle detailing. While the form of the pieces took a classic 70’s daywear silhouettes, the textiles used helped to elevate the looks to the glamorous, disco-level that was also popular during the time. With jumpsuits and gowns in shimmering hues ranging from champagne to electric lime green to an array of fuchsias, the collection cleverly fuses daytime and nighttime styles of the 1970s into one vibrant collection. Not all pieces are overtly bohemian; however, many are modern gowns with a subtle nod to the freedom of the era. One shimmering, silver piece begins with structured shoulders and a plunging neckline on top but descends into a cinched, mermaid style skirt. What’s most noticeable are the panels of bell-bottom style ruffles, clearly designed to mimic flared disco pants. The collection achieves more by refusing to design pieces that would have been worn in the era: instead reinventing the classic silhouettes with modern fits and using a refreshed color palette to do so. In doing so, the collection can successfully “bring back” the 70’s without looking dated and oversaturated. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #sonjungwan #sonjungwanarticle #sonjungwanss20 #emmakolakowski #nyfw #nyfwarticle #deborahhughesinc #deborahhughesincarticle hauturely_73228706_1295278613977150_2432950929956274176_o_1295278600643818hauturely_76705271_1295278713977140_6509283611538096128_o_1295278710643807hauturely_74403651_1295277467310598_7104466594436218880_o_1295277460643932hauturely_74609494_1295278283977183_4816341996060803072_o_1295278280643850
    1970’s Fusion Glam at Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week In keeping with
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    1970’s Fusion Glam at Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week In keeping with classic 1970’s women’s fashion, the models at Son Jung Wan’s Spring Summer 2020 show donned chunky platform heels and wore their hair crimped and disco-style. Recent years have seen the emphatic revival of the 1970’s style both in the fashion world and in streetwear. In emphasizing the free-flowing nature of the 1970’s, the material used is rippled and cascaded across the length of the body, creating an abundance of ruffle detailing. While the form of the pieces took a classic 70’s daywear silhouettes, the textiles used helped to elevate the looks to the glamorous, disco-level that was also popular during the time. With jumpsuits and gowns in shimmering hues ranging from champagne to electric lime green to an array of fuchsias, the collection cleverly fuses daytime and nighttime styles of the 1970s into one vibrant collection. Not all pieces are overtly bohemian; however, many are modern gowns with a subtle nod to the freedom of the era. One shimmering, silver piece begins with structured shoulders and a plunging neckline on top but descends into a cinched, mermaid style skirt. What’s most noticeable are the panels of bell-bottom style ruffles, clearly designed to mimic flared disco pants. The collection achieves more by refusing to design pieces that would have been worn in the era: instead reinventing the classic silhouettes with modern fits and using a refreshed color palette to do so. In doing so, the collection can successfully “bring back” the 70’s without looking dated and oversaturated. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #sonjungwan #sonjungwanarticle #sonjungwanss20 #emmakolakowski #nyfw #nyfwarticle #deborahhughesinc #deborahhughesincarticle hauturely_73228706_1295278613977150_2432950929956274176_o_1295278600643818hauturely_76705271_1295278713977140_6509283611538096128_o_1295278710643807hauturely_74403651_1295277467310598_7104466594436218880_o_1295277460643932hauturely_74609494_1295278283977183_4816341996060803072_o_1295278280643850
    1970’s Fusion Glam at Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week In keeping with
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    1970’s Fusion Glam at Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week In keeping with classic 1970’s women’s fashion, the models at Son Jung Wan’s Spring Summer 2020 show donned chunky platform heels and wore their hair crimped and disco-style. Recent years have seen the emphatic revival of the 1970’s style both in the fashion world and in streetwear. In emphasizing the free-flowing nature of the 1970’s, the material used is rippled and cascaded across the length of the body, creating an abundance of ruffle detailing. While the form of the pieces took a classic 70’s daywear silhouettes, the textiles used helped to elevate the looks to the glamorous, disco-level that was also popular during the time. With jumpsuits and gowns in shimmering hues ranging from champagne to electric lime green to an array of fuchsias, the collection cleverly fuses daytime and nighttime styles of the 1970s into one vibrant collection. Not all pieces are overtly bohemian; however, many are modern gowns with a subtle nod to the freedom of the era. One shimmering, silver piece begins with structured shoulders and a plunging neckline on top but descends into a cinched, mermaid style skirt. What’s most noticeable are the panels of bell-bottom style ruffles, clearly designed to mimic flared disco pants. The collection achieves more by refusing to design pieces that would have been worn in the era: instead reinventing the classic silhouettes with modern fits and using a refreshed color palette to do so. In doing so, the collection can successfully “bring back” the 70’s without looking dated and oversaturated. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #sonjungwan #sonjungwanarticle #sonjungwanss20 #emmakolakowski #nyfw #nyfwarticle #deborahhughesinc #deborahhughesincarticle hauturely_73228706_1295278613977150_2432950929956274176_o_1295278600643818hauturely_76705271_1295278713977140_6509283611538096128_o_1295278710643807hauturely_74403651_1295277467310598_7104466594436218880_o_1295277460643932hauturely_74609494_1295278283977183_4816341996060803072_o_1295278280643850
    1970’s Fusion Glam at Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week In keeping with
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    1970’s Fusion Glam at Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week In keeping with classic 1970’s women’s fashion, the models at Son Jung Wan’s Spring Summer 2020 show donned chunky platform heels and wore their hair crimped and disco-style. Recent years have seen the emphatic revival of the 1970’s style both in the fashion world and in streetwear. In emphasizing the free-flowing nature of the 1970’s, the material used is rippled and cascaded across the length of the body, creating an abundance of ruffle detailing. While the form of the pieces took a classic 70’s daywear silhouettes, the textiles used helped to elevate the looks to the glamorous, disco-level that was also popular during the time. With jumpsuits and gowns in shimmering hues ranging from champagne to electric lime green to an array of fuchsias, the collection cleverly fuses daytime and nighttime styles of the 1970s into one vibrant collection. Not all pieces are overtly bohemian; however, many are modern gowns with a subtle nod to the freedom of the era. One shimmering, silver piece begins with structured shoulders and a plunging neckline on top but descends into a cinched, mermaid style skirt. What’s most noticeable are the panels of bell-bottom style ruffles, clearly designed to mimic flared disco pants. The collection achieves more by refusing to design pieces that would have been worn in the era: instead reinventing the classic silhouettes with modern fits and using a refreshed color palette to do so. In doing so, the collection can successfully “bring back” the 70’s without looking dated and oversaturated. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #sonjungwan #sonjungwanarticle #sonjungwanss20 #emmakolakowski #nyfw #nyfwarticle #deborahhughesinc #deborahhughesincarticle hauturely_73228706_1295278613977150_2432950929956274176_o_1295278600643818hauturely_76705271_1295278713977140_6509283611538096128_o_1295278710643807hauturely_74403651_1295277467310598_7104466594436218880_o_1295277460643932hauturely_74609494_1295278283977183_4816341996060803072_o_1295278280643850
    1970’s Fusion Glam at Son Jung Wan Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week In keeping with
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    The Future and the Familiar at Flying Solo Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Flying Solo produces collections with designs made by multiple designers, sending an array of colors and styles marching down the runway each season. This season’s collection seemed to introduce a futuristic twist to the e…[Read more]

  • hauturely posted 4 photos 10 months, 2 weeks ago

    Bewitching Berry Tones for Next Season at Isabel Henao Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week
    Latin American designer Isabel Henao has mastered the art of simple sophistication with her Fall Winter 2019 collection, which she debuted at Bogotá Fashion Week in Colombia. All eyes were on the clothing as the models walked up and down the e…[Read more]

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    Bewitching Berry Tones for Next Season at Isabel Henao Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Latin American designer Isabel Henao has mastered the art of simple sophistication with her Fall Winter 2019 collection, which she debuted at Bogotá Fashion Week in Colombia. All eyes were on the clothing as the models walked up and down the equally sophisticated set design. The opening few designs gave a strong introduction to the rest of the collection: maroon and navy tones with delicate gold bead-work. Yet the collection also features many juxtapositions as well. While half the collection features tailored women’s trousers paired with oversized blazers, the remaining half of the collection features silk palazzo pants, flowing button-down dress shirts, and cascading gowns. Flowery organza is grounded by rich, black embroidery depicting winding vines and leaves. The silk trousers and blouses cast a rippling appearance while walking down the runway. With wine-red berry tones and sultry navy silk, Henao quietly contrasts her Latin American contemporaries with a muted color palette and a minimalist approach to textiles. Even the models donned deep red lipstick to match the nighttime glamor feel of the collection. In a world of new and different times with changing freedom, Henao mirrors the feeling of movement by attaching capes to some of her garments. Fixed to certain dresses and pants, the addition of the cape reflects the designer’s experimentation with structure and flow along with restraint and freedom. Henao has fun playing with the restraints of women’s workwear, adding touches of femininity in the fine details. The clothing’s gold and patterned beadwork is a shimmering addition to the garments, which again points back to Henao’s meticulous attention to detail. The simple color palette and minimalist designs evoke a feeling of nostalgia, which society at large has been desiring. Henao delivers. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Isabel Henao Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #isabelhenao #isabelhenaoarticle #isabelhenaofw19 #emmakolakowski #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle af82614655e9e7aa8a46d5e0f1d9bf9e26778126a1c37a64513c96b3d8489a73540bfc02677835beda4cb56e43b34e467d904b0233558e267793931dd0ed508c5a6b3fc394c77a3b6886f2677963
    Bewitching Berry Tones for Next Season at Isabel Henao Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week
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    Bewitching Berry Tones for Next Season at Isabel Henao Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Latin American designer Isabel Henao has mastered the art of simple sophistication with her Fall Winter 2019 collection, which she debuted at Bogotá Fashion Week in Colombia. All eyes were on the clothing as the models walked up and down the equally sophisticated set design. The opening few designs gave a strong introduction to the rest of the collection: maroon and navy tones with delicate gold bead-work. Yet the collection also features many juxtapositions as well. While half the collection features tailored women’s trousers paired with oversized blazers, the remaining half of the collection features silk palazzo pants, flowing button-down dress shirts, and cascading gowns. Flowery organza is grounded by rich, black embroidery depicting winding vines and leaves. The silk trousers and blouses cast a rippling appearance while walking down the runway. With wine-red berry tones and sultry navy silk, Henao quietly contrasts her Latin American contemporaries with a muted color palette and a minimalist approach to textiles. Even the models donned deep red lipstick to match the nighttime glamor feel of the collection. In a world of new and different times with changing freedom, Henao mirrors the feeling of movement by attaching capes to some of her garments. Fixed to certain dresses and pants, the addition of the cape reflects the designer’s experimentation with structure and flow along with restraint and freedom. Henao has fun playing with the restraints of women’s workwear, adding touches of femininity in the fine details. The clothing’s gold and patterned beadwork is a shimmering addition to the garments, which again points back to Henao’s meticulous attention to detail. The simple color palette and minimalist designs evoke a feeling of nostalgia, which society at large has been desiring. Henao delivers. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Isabel Henao Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #isabelhenao #isabelhenaoarticle #isabelhenaofw19 #emmakolakowski #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle af82614655e9e7aa8a46d5e0f1d9bf9e26778126a1c37a64513c96b3d8489a73540bfc02677835beda4cb56e43b34e467d904b0233558e267793931dd0ed508c5a6b3fc394c77a3b6886f2677963
    Bewitching Berry Tones for Next Season at Isabel Henao Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week
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    Bewitching Berry Tones for Next Season at Isabel Henao Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Latin American designer Isabel Henao has mastered the art of simple sophistication with her Fall Winter 2019 collection, which she debuted at Bogotá Fashion Week in Colombia. All eyes were on the clothing as the models walked up and down the equally sophisticated set design. The opening few designs gave a strong introduction to the rest of the collection: maroon and navy tones with delicate gold bead-work. Yet the collection also features many juxtapositions as well. While half the collection features tailored women’s trousers paired with oversized blazers, the remaining half of the collection features silk palazzo pants, flowing button-down dress shirts, and cascading gowns. Flowery organza is grounded by rich, black embroidery depicting winding vines and leaves. The silk trousers and blouses cast a rippling appearance while walking down the runway. With wine-red berry tones and sultry navy silk, Henao quietly contrasts her Latin American contemporaries with a muted color palette and a minimalist approach to textiles. Even the models donned deep red lipstick to match the nighttime glamor feel of the collection. In a world of new and different times with changing freedom, Henao mirrors the feeling of movement by attaching capes to some of her garments. Fixed to certain dresses and pants, the addition of the cape reflects the designer’s experimentation with structure and flow along with restraint and freedom. Henao has fun playing with the restraints of women’s workwear, adding touches of femininity in the fine details. The clothing’s gold and patterned beadwork is a shimmering addition to the garments, which again points back to Henao’s meticulous attention to detail. The simple color palette and minimalist designs evoke a feeling of nostalgia, which society at large has been desiring. Henao delivers. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Isabel Henao Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #isabelhenao #isabelhenaoarticle #isabelhenaofw19 #emmakolakowski #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle af82614655e9e7aa8a46d5e0f1d9bf9e26778126a1c37a64513c96b3d8489a73540bfc02677835beda4cb56e43b34e467d904b0233558e267793931dd0ed508c5a6b3fc394c77a3b6886f2677963
    Bewitching Berry Tones for Next Season at Isabel Henao Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week
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    Bewitching Berry Tones for Next Season at Isabel Henao Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week Latin American designer Isabel Henao has mastered the art of simple sophistication with her Fall Winter 2019 collection, which she debuted at Bogotá Fashion Week in Colombia. All eyes were on the clothing as the models walked up and down the equally sophisticated set design. The opening few designs gave a strong introduction to the rest of the collection: maroon and navy tones with delicate gold bead-work. Yet the collection also features many juxtapositions as well. While half the collection features tailored women’s trousers paired with oversized blazers, the remaining half of the collection features silk palazzo pants, flowing button-down dress shirts, and cascading gowns. Flowery organza is grounded by rich, black embroidery depicting winding vines and leaves. The silk trousers and blouses cast a rippling appearance while walking down the runway. With wine-red berry tones and sultry navy silk, Henao quietly contrasts her Latin American contemporaries with a muted color palette and a minimalist approach to textiles. Even the models donned deep red lipstick to match the nighttime glamor feel of the collection. In a world of new and different times with changing freedom, Henao mirrors the feeling of movement by attaching capes to some of her garments. Fixed to certain dresses and pants, the addition of the cape reflects the designer’s experimentation with structure and flow along with restraint and freedom. Henao has fun playing with the restraints of women’s workwear, adding touches of femininity in the fine details. The clothing’s gold and patterned beadwork is a shimmering addition to the garments, which again points back to Henao’s meticulous attention to detail. The simple color palette and minimalist designs evoke a feeling of nostalgia, which society at large has been desiring. Henao delivers. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Isabel Henao Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #isabelhenao #isabelhenaoarticle #isabelhenaofw19 #emmakolakowski #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle af82614655e9e7aa8a46d5e0f1d9bf9e26778126a1c37a64513c96b3d8489a73540bfc02677835beda4cb56e43b34e467d904b0233558e267793931dd0ed508c5a6b3fc394c77a3b6886f2677963
    Bewitching Berry Tones for Next Season at Isabel Henao Fall Winter 2019 during Bogotá Fashion Week
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    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin
    Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’…[Read more]

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    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’s by way of fusing the vintage with the classic. A deep, berry-toned floral pattern over a black background is cut into a classic knee-length A-line skirt, evoking both the simplicity of the ’90s and the familiarity of the ’50s. Hoschek derives inspiration for her silhouettes from Christian Dior’s famed “New Look,” with double-breasted dresses cinched in by a belt at the waist. Hoschek evokes the sense of immaculate attention to detail by the 1950’s housewife, while contrasting it in minute ways. One model in a knee-length skirt walked the runway with mismatched high heels: one black, one cream, perhaps to challenge the way we view women’s fashion of the past. Rather than using bright and flowery prints, Hoschek’s models don black and gold garments, illustrations of hands suggesting palm-readings and spirituality, and countless numbers fixed with black corsets in unexpected places. These details, paired with sultry, dark makeup, put a spin on the cultural understanding of feminine dress throughout the years. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lenahoschek #lenahoschekarticle #lenahoschekfw19 #emmakolakowski #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle hauturely_image00100-1hauturely_image00113hauturely_image00054-1hauturely_image00056-1
    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Au
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    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’s by way of fusing the vintage with the classic. A deep, berry-toned floral pattern over a black background is cut into a classic knee-length A-line skirt, evoking both the simplicity of the ’90s and the familiarity of the ’50s. Hoschek derives inspiration for her silhouettes from Christian Dior’s famed “New Look,” with double-breasted dresses cinched in by a belt at the waist. Hoschek evokes the sense of immaculate attention to detail by the 1950’s housewife, while contrasting it in minute ways. One model in a knee-length skirt walked the runway with mismatched high heels: one black, one cream, perhaps to challenge the way we view women’s fashion of the past. Rather than using bright and flowery prints, Hoschek’s models don black and gold garments, illustrations of hands suggesting palm-readings and spirituality, and countless numbers fixed with black corsets in unexpected places. These details, paired with sultry, dark makeup, put a spin on the cultural understanding of feminine dress throughout the years. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lenahoschek #lenahoschekarticle #lenahoschekfw19 #emmakolakowski #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle hauturely_image00100-1hauturely_image00113hauturely_image00054-1hauturely_image00056-1
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    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’s by way of fusing the vintage with the classic. A deep, berry-toned floral pattern over a black background is cut into a classic knee-length A-line skirt, evoking both the simplicity of the ’90s and the familiarity of the ’50s. Hoschek derives inspiration for her silhouettes from Christian Dior’s famed “New Look,” with double-breasted dresses cinched in by a belt at the waist. Hoschek evokes the sense of immaculate attention to detail by the 1950’s housewife, while contrasting it in minute ways. One model in a knee-length skirt walked the runway with mismatched high heels: one black, one cream, perhaps to challenge the way we view women’s fashion of the past. Rather than using bright and flowery prints, Hoschek’s models don black and gold garments, illustrations of hands suggesting palm-readings and spirituality, and countless numbers fixed with black corsets in unexpected places. These details, paired with sultry, dark makeup, put a spin on the cultural understanding of feminine dress throughout the years. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lenahoschek #lenahoschekarticle #lenahoschekfw19 #emmakolakowski #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle hauturely_image00100-1hauturely_image00113hauturely_image00054-1hauturely_image00056-1
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    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’s by way of fusing the vintage with the classic. A deep, berry-toned floral pattern over a black background is cut into a classic knee-length A-line skirt, evoking both the simplicity of the ’90s and the familiarity of the ’50s. Hoschek derives inspiration for her silhouettes from Christian Dior’s famed “New Look,” with double-breasted dresses cinched in by a belt at the waist. Hoschek evokes the sense of immaculate attention to detail by the 1950’s housewife, while contrasting it in minute ways. One model in a knee-length skirt walked the runway with mismatched high heels: one black, one cream, perhaps to challenge the way we view women’s fashion of the past. Rather than using bright and flowery prints, Hoschek’s models don black and gold garments, illustrations of hands suggesting palm-readings and spirituality, and countless numbers fixed with black corsets in unexpected places. These details, paired with sultry, dark makeup, put a spin on the cultural understanding of feminine dress throughout the years. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lenahoschek #lenahoschekarticle #lenahoschekfw19 #emmakolakowski #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle hauturely_image00100-1hauturely_image00113hauturely_image00054-1hauturely_image00056-1
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    Functional Menswear With A Flair at Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 during Bogota Fashion Week
    Ricardo Pava’s latest collection dresses the modern man for the different transitions of his daily routine. Colombia-based menswear designer Ricardo Pava displayed his Fall/Winter 2019 collection at Bogota Fashion Week. The cool tones of the collection w…[Read more]

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    Functional Menswear With A Flair at Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 during Bogota Fashion Week Ricardo Pava’s latest collection dresses the modern man for the different transitions of his daily routine. Colombia-based menswear designer Ricardo Pava displayed his Fall/Winter 2019 collection at Bogota Fashion Week. The cool tones of the collection were reflected by the venue, with electric blue screens casting a radiant glow onto the runway. Neon white box structures were even used to designate space for a live DJ. The designs feature a common threat throughout its winter collection: the model\'s don tailored suits, often paired with sneakers, or they wore a more casual look with cable-knit sweaters and tailored trousers. The collection features a distinct focus on transitional pieces. Many garments were used to demonstrate how they can be dressed up or down. A similar turtle-neck, slim-fit sweater is worn both underneath a tailored wool coat, but with a leather jacket and plaid trousers in another look. Pava’s use and reuse of certain silhouettes are instrumental in demonstrating how the collection can be dressed either up or down. The same bag is used as a backpack on a few models and as a briefcase on others. With a professional color palette of mostly navy and grey, Pava has produced staple garments that the everyday man can wear to work or for leisure. The collection features moments of flair, with the repetition of a few different patterns, which include geometric lines over white and multiple navy plaids, varying in darkness. In addition, some trousers feature a cinched zip cord detail at the ankle. With these unexpected moments in the garments, Pava has successfully created modern pieces for today’s working man that achieve both professionalism and personality at the same time. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #ricardopava #ricardopavaarticle #ricardopavafw19 #emmakolakowski #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle 4be02745c8d7ffbb4a22fba50f109ecf26790570d1c438613d50da8fe9415a3b54f42412679058c0b87fa7caae2b20931aa1d2ba7d752a267904267ac4bcf00c75d409b26cb28ae15848a2679079
    Functional Menswear With A Flair at Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 during Bogota Fashion Week Ricardo
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    Functional Menswear With A Flair at Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 during Bogota Fashion Week Ricardo Pava’s latest collection dresses the modern man for the different transitions of his daily routine. Colombia-based menswear designer Ricardo Pava displayed his Fall/Winter 2019 collection at Bogota Fashion Week. The cool tones of the collection were reflected by the venue, with electric blue screens casting a radiant glow onto the runway. Neon white box structures were even used to designate space for a live DJ. The designs feature a common threat throughout its winter collection: the model\'s don tailored suits, often paired with sneakers, or they wore a more casual look with cable-knit sweaters and tailored trousers. The collection features a distinct focus on transitional pieces. Many garments were used to demonstrate how they can be dressed up or down. A similar turtle-neck, slim-fit sweater is worn both underneath a tailored wool coat, but with a leather jacket and plaid trousers in another look. Pava’s use and reuse of certain silhouettes are instrumental in demonstrating how the collection can be dressed either up or down. The same bag is used as a backpack on a few models and as a briefcase on others. With a professional color palette of mostly navy and grey, Pava has produced staple garments that the everyday man can wear to work or for leisure. The collection features moments of flair, with the repetition of a few different patterns, which include geometric lines over white and multiple navy plaids, varying in darkness. In addition, some trousers feature a cinched zip cord detail at the ankle. With these unexpected moments in the garments, Pava has successfully created modern pieces for today’s working man that achieve both professionalism and personality at the same time. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #ricardopava #ricardopavaarticle #ricardopavafw19 #emmakolakowski #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle 4be02745c8d7ffbb4a22fba50f109ecf26790570d1c438613d50da8fe9415a3b54f42412679058c0b87fa7caae2b20931aa1d2ba7d752a267904267ac4bcf00c75d409b26cb28ae15848a2679079
    Functional Menswear With A Flair at Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 during Bogota Fashion Week Ricardo
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    Functional Menswear With A Flair at Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 during Bogota Fashion Week Ricardo Pava’s latest collection dresses the modern man for the different transitions of his daily routine. Colombia-based menswear designer Ricardo Pava displayed his Fall/Winter 2019 collection at Bogota Fashion Week. The cool tones of the collection were reflected by the venue, with electric blue screens casting a radiant glow onto the runway. Neon white box structures were even used to designate space for a live DJ. The designs feature a common threat throughout its winter collection: the model\'s don tailored suits, often paired with sneakers, or they wore a more casual look with cable-knit sweaters and tailored trousers. The collection features a distinct focus on transitional pieces. Many garments were used to demonstrate how they can be dressed up or down. A similar turtle-neck, slim-fit sweater is worn both underneath a tailored wool coat, but with a leather jacket and plaid trousers in another look. Pava’s use and reuse of certain silhouettes are instrumental in demonstrating how the collection can be dressed either up or down. The same bag is used as a backpack on a few models and as a briefcase on others. With a professional color palette of mostly navy and grey, Pava has produced staple garments that the everyday man can wear to work or for leisure. The collection features moments of flair, with the repetition of a few different patterns, which include geometric lines over white and multiple navy plaids, varying in darkness. In addition, some trousers feature a cinched zip cord detail at the ankle. With these unexpected moments in the garments, Pava has successfully created modern pieces for today’s working man that achieve both professionalism and personality at the same time. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #ricardopava #ricardopavaarticle #ricardopavafw19 #emmakolakowski #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle 4be02745c8d7ffbb4a22fba50f109ecf26790570d1c438613d50da8fe9415a3b54f42412679058c0b87fa7caae2b20931aa1d2ba7d752a267904267ac4bcf00c75d409b26cb28ae15848a2679079
    Functional Menswear With A Flair at Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 during Bogota Fashion Week Ricardo
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    Functional Menswear With A Flair at Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 during Bogota Fashion Week Ricardo Pava’s latest collection dresses the modern man for the different transitions of his daily routine. Colombia-based menswear designer Ricardo Pava displayed his Fall/Winter 2019 collection at Bogota Fashion Week. The cool tones of the collection were reflected by the venue, with electric blue screens casting a radiant glow onto the runway. Neon white box structures were even used to designate space for a live DJ. The designs feature a common threat throughout its winter collection: the model\'s don tailored suits, often paired with sneakers, or they wore a more casual look with cable-knit sweaters and tailored trousers. The collection features a distinct focus on transitional pieces. Many garments were used to demonstrate how they can be dressed up or down. A similar turtle-neck, slim-fit sweater is worn both underneath a tailored wool coat, but with a leather jacket and plaid trousers in another look. Pava’s use and reuse of certain silhouettes are instrumental in demonstrating how the collection can be dressed either up or down. The same bag is used as a backpack on a few models and as a briefcase on others. With a professional color palette of mostly navy and grey, Pava has produced staple garments that the everyday man can wear to work or for leisure. The collection features moments of flair, with the repetition of a few different patterns, which include geometric lines over white and multiple navy plaids, varying in darkness. In addition, some trousers feature a cinched zip cord detail at the ankle. With these unexpected moments in the garments, Pava has successfully created modern pieces for today’s working man that achieve both professionalism and personality at the same time. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #ricardopava #ricardopavaarticle #ricardopavafw19 #emmakolakowski #bogfw #bogfwarticle #ccb #ccbarticle 4be02745c8d7ffbb4a22fba50f109ecf26790570d1c438613d50da8fe9415a3b54f42412679058c0b87fa7caae2b20931aa1d2ba7d752a267904267ac4bcf00c75d409b26cb28ae15848a2679079
    Functional Menswear With A Flair at Ricardo Pava Fall Winter 2019 during Bogota Fashion Week Ricardo
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    Eccentric Womenswear at Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week
    Antonio Grimaldi’s collection at Paris Fashion Week 2019 challenges the current trends of structured shoulders and harsh lines. In his Fall/Winter 2019 collection, he debuted pieces featuring rounded edges at the necklines, shoulders, waists, and seams. F…[Read more]

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    Eccentric Womenswear at Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Antonio Grimaldi’s collection at Paris Fashion Week 2019 challenges the current trends of structured shoulders and harsh lines. In his Fall/Winter 2019 collection, he debuted pieces featuring rounded edges at the necklines, shoulders, waists, and seams. Formal elegance is given a fresh take, with rounded cut out details and asymmetrical lengths. One particularly innovative piece featured two oval-shaped pieces of fabric wrapped around the body and secured together at the chest. The result? A formal dress created out of an entirely new form. The collection continues to deliver the feeling of commanding elegance, with all gowns featuring curved lines and slinky fabrics to highlight the natural movement of the human form. The color ranges from warm taupes to blacks, into purples and reds, with flashes of dusty roses. However, the highlight of the garments are the glittering adornments fixed to the pieces themselves: with small shiny beading, miniature crystals, glittery tassels, and even a panel of shimmering chainmail, the collection elevates formal nighttime wear into an animated spectacle. The collection evokes feelings of 60’s modern style fashion, wherein the goal was to dream an impossibly improbable garment and make it a reality. Perhaps the best example in Grimaldi’s collection is the champagne-colored strapless gown, featuring a large slit beginning at the right hip and sloping downwards towards the ankle. All along the hemline of the skirt, however, are a voluminous arrangement of champagne-colored feathers to match, elevating the look to something whimsical and extravagant. With his use of unorthodox usage of crystals and feathers, Grimaldi ensures you will never look at the standard formal womenswear collection the same ever again. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #antoniogrimaldi #antoniogrimaldiarticle #antoniogrimaldifw19 #emmakolakowski #hcfw #hcfwarticle 00005-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900013-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900024-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900027-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-19
    Eccentric Womenswear at Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Antonio
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    Eccentric Womenswear at Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Antonio Grimaldi’s collection at Paris Fashion Week 2019 challenges the current trends of structured shoulders and harsh lines. In his Fall/Winter 2019 collection, he debuted pieces featuring rounded edges at the necklines, shoulders, waists, and seams. Formal elegance is given a fresh take, with rounded cut out details and asymmetrical lengths. One particularly innovative piece featured two oval-shaped pieces of fabric wrapped around the body and secured together at the chest. The result? A formal dress created out of an entirely new form. The collection continues to deliver the feeling of commanding elegance, with all gowns featuring curved lines and slinky fabrics to highlight the natural movement of the human form. The color ranges from warm taupes to blacks, into purples and reds, with flashes of dusty roses. However, the highlight of the garments are the glittering adornments fixed to the pieces themselves: with small shiny beading, miniature crystals, glittery tassels, and even a panel of shimmering chainmail, the collection elevates formal nighttime wear into an animated spectacle. The collection evokes feelings of 60’s modern style fashion, wherein the goal was to dream an impossibly improbable garment and make it a reality. Perhaps the best example in Grimaldi’s collection is the champagne-colored strapless gown, featuring a large slit beginning at the right hip and sloping downwards towards the ankle. All along the hemline of the skirt, however, are a voluminous arrangement of champagne-colored feathers to match, elevating the look to something whimsical and extravagant. With his use of unorthodox usage of crystals and feathers, Grimaldi ensures you will never look at the standard formal womenswear collection the same ever again. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #antoniogrimaldi #antoniogrimaldiarticle #antoniogrimaldifw19 #emmakolakowski #hcfw #hcfwarticle 00005-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900013-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900024-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900027-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-19
    Eccentric Womenswear at Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Antonio
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    Eccentric Womenswear at Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Antonio Grimaldi’s collection at Paris Fashion Week 2019 challenges the current trends of structured shoulders and harsh lines. In his Fall/Winter 2019 collection, he debuted pieces featuring rounded edges at the necklines, shoulders, waists, and seams. Formal elegance is given a fresh take, with rounded cut out details and asymmetrical lengths. One particularly innovative piece featured two oval-shaped pieces of fabric wrapped around the body and secured together at the chest. The result? A formal dress created out of an entirely new form. The collection continues to deliver the feeling of commanding elegance, with all gowns featuring curved lines and slinky fabrics to highlight the natural movement of the human form. The color ranges from warm taupes to blacks, into purples and reds, with flashes of dusty roses. However, the highlight of the garments are the glittering adornments fixed to the pieces themselves: with small shiny beading, miniature crystals, glittery tassels, and even a panel of shimmering chainmail, the collection elevates formal nighttime wear into an animated spectacle. The collection evokes feelings of 60’s modern style fashion, wherein the goal was to dream an impossibly improbable garment and make it a reality. Perhaps the best example in Grimaldi’s collection is the champagne-colored strapless gown, featuring a large slit beginning at the right hip and sloping downwards towards the ankle. All along the hemline of the skirt, however, are a voluminous arrangement of champagne-colored feathers to match, elevating the look to something whimsical and extravagant. With his use of unorthodox usage of crystals and feathers, Grimaldi ensures you will never look at the standard formal womenswear collection the same ever again. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #antoniogrimaldi #antoniogrimaldiarticle #antoniogrimaldifw19 #emmakolakowski #hcfw #hcfwarticle 00005-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900013-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900024-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900027-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-19
    Eccentric Womenswear at Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Antonio
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    Eccentric Womenswear at Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Antonio Grimaldi’s collection at Paris Fashion Week 2019 challenges the current trends of structured shoulders and harsh lines. In his Fall/Winter 2019 collection, he debuted pieces featuring rounded edges at the necklines, shoulders, waists, and seams. Formal elegance is given a fresh take, with rounded cut out details and asymmetrical lengths. One particularly innovative piece featured two oval-shaped pieces of fabric wrapped around the body and secured together at the chest. The result? A formal dress created out of an entirely new form. The collection continues to deliver the feeling of commanding elegance, with all gowns featuring curved lines and slinky fabrics to highlight the natural movement of the human form. The color ranges from warm taupes to blacks, into purples and reds, with flashes of dusty roses. However, the highlight of the garments are the glittering adornments fixed to the pieces themselves: with small shiny beading, miniature crystals, glittery tassels, and even a panel of shimmering chainmail, the collection elevates formal nighttime wear into an animated spectacle. The collection evokes feelings of 60’s modern style fashion, wherein the goal was to dream an impossibly improbable garment and make it a reality. Perhaps the best example in Grimaldi’s collection is the champagne-colored strapless gown, featuring a large slit beginning at the right hip and sloping downwards towards the ankle. All along the hemline of the skirt, however, are a voluminous arrangement of champagne-colored feathers to match, elevating the look to something whimsical and extravagant. With his use of unorthodox usage of crystals and feathers, Grimaldi ensures you will never look at the standard formal womenswear collection the same ever again. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 Haute Couture collection. #article #antoniogrimaldi #antoniogrimaldiarticle #antoniogrimaldifw19 #emmakolakowski #hcfw #hcfwarticle 00005-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900013-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900024-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-1900027-Antonio-Grimaldi-Couture-Fall-19
    Eccentric Womenswear at Antonio Grimaldi Fall Winter 2019 during Haute Couture Fashion Week Antonio
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