Holidays are in full bloom so I'm sorry not posting here lately. But I'm going to fix this and give you some new posts, opinions about collections that I like or are proper for such time. Firstly, congratulation for Kate and William, Royal Baby is on the world ;) Be healthy and lucky Little Prince.
Secondly, I'm gonna write something about Versace cruise collection because is so current and fine.
But now, I write about what I love the most - haute couture collections.
Today, Giambattista Valli, autumn-winter 2013/2014.
The collection was inspired by the world's finest porcelain. Tha fashion show took place in the Grand Palais, it was called 'Haute 5', because it is his fifth collection. Models walked through deluxe ivory carpet, we could see five statues which can correspond with the name of the collection. Statues were crafted in white porcelain and garlanded with white flowers. As I wrote before, the inspiration was by the world's finest porcelain - Capodimonte, Wedgewood, Sevres and Meissen, thanks to that it remids about femininity, youth and sweetness.
Very light dresses with teeny waists, shoulders looking like powder puffs with organza flowers, flowers everywhere. All dresses are transparent and with fine embroidery.
He made two dresses - ball gowns which are sharp bursts of colours, like scarlet and sunflower (yellow), unlikely to the rest of the collection. If his client wore such dress, 100% she would feel like a fairy tale princess. Do you agree with me?
Young ladies are going to love this collection. Valli showed his great relationship between his clients. The atmosphere is also important, and that's what we could see on the show.