Chaussures Hommes Toms Stripe Valentino Fall 2012

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Chaussures Hommes Toms Stripe Valentino Fall 2012

Postby futianji2388 » Fri Jul 11, 2014 10:51 am

There's some irony in using folk costume as inspiration for clothes as haute as the ones Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli make at . The fashion on their runway today was of the people,Chaussures Hommes Toms Stripe, but not for the people—it's for a rarefied, very lucky few.
For Fall, the designers wove an enchanting, globe-trotting story through the sweetly feminine silhouettes they've established as their own over the last few ready-to-wear and couture seasons. Pasolini's Medea was on their mood board,Chaussures Salomon Femme, along with other photos of women in native dress torn from film, fashion editorials, and real life. A white coat-dress was stitched with red and blue thread in a native motif—Russian maybe, or Greek, the mix was the message. Another was made from a densely woven jacquard that looked like an Oriental carpet. A lot of craft went into the pieces,Chaussures Salomon Homme, but they weren't craftsy. In fact, black leather gave the duo's by-now familiar dresses and jumpsuits a new edge; it was characteristically softened with macramé seams and passementerie details.
Daywear was the distinct emphasis here with smart-looking frog-closure coats and Aran sweaters dotted here and there with crystals. For evening,chaussures salomon, Chiuri and Piccioli proposed long,Asics 2014 KPU Chaussures Hommes, loose-fitting shorts in black leather with a sheer beaded tunic and an embroidered velvet vest—black tie, but with a modern kick. Their other after-dark ideas had a more demure look thanks to above-the-ankle hems and, more often than not, long sleeves. The best came in multicolor crystals that reproduced that carpet pattern. Talk about a magic carpet ride.
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