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27.1.14

SPRING 2014 COUTURE


By Bianca Nieves
The time where fashion and fantasy collide has come upon us, Spring Haute Couture season. This year, every designer came with their intricate ideas, but only a few truly caught our eyes with dashing and fanciful gowns worthy of real life fairy tales.

Dior:
Dior has successfully portrayed what modern couture is all about.  Instead of stillness and tight figure hugging ensembles we viewed airy ensembles decked in white, black and navy freshness.  At the end of the show, sweetness and lightness overflowed the runway and the Dior charm prevailed.

Zuhair Murad:
It’s as if we entered the Garden of Paradise, complete with soft pastel hues that perfectly interlace flora and fauna. This collection overflows with floral applications that will make you feel as if you’re a petal gracefully floating wherever the wind takes you. Whether dressed in a timeless gown or in sleek Parisian suits.



Ulyana Sergeenko:
Even though it seems that Ulyana wanted to tame her extravagant couture ways, her destination still was still femme fatale worthy. It doesn’t matter if the general couture ways are evolving, the Russian designer stills knows how to stay true to hourglass corsets and detailed oriented pieces. Mixing an old fashioned travel attire with striking heart shaped gowns.



Valentino:
This year Valentino could give any Opera a run for their money.  With its majestic event, filled with animals and musical loveliness of earthy tones of silk, cashmere and chiffon; the central point of the collection was a surrealist vibe worthy of anybody’s couture fantasy.
 Armani Privé:
Three words that capture this collection: blue hued perfection. Accurately named Nomade, each ensemble was paired with turbans and scarfs. Faultless accessories for the woman who has menswear as her style roots and who loves to travel far and beyond under the ever changing blue hued sky.

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