Thursday, 18 February 2016

APPLIQUED PERFECTION- MARCHESA


Marchesa's Fall 2016 is what happens when the love of design and draping and textile creativity is judiciously combined. Creating yet another breath taking dresses for their Fall 2016 collection, the dynamic duo Georgia Clapman and Keren Craig where not only able to seduce the hearts of fashion lovers but also quintessentially establish the image of the woman of beauty. 

Characterized by tulle and three dimensional embroideries and applique, delicate silhouettes and drapes,the dresses are created each with its own unique personality and aura. The collection floated around the concepts of Modern arts, ancient fashion embellishments, conservative perceptions and royal carriage. The black tulle dress with plum and red flowers cascading the front let's out the vibe of a young, powerful and yet delicate Queen (almost like a re-branded and redefined Marie Antoinette)

The dresses come off as royal and yet a perfect choice for the woman of elegance. The detailing on each dress strikes the divine cord as the execution is nothing short of PERFECT. Accessories(Head piece, chunky neck pieces and drop earrings)were also well planned and selected as they were bold and elegant to express the underlying theme of the Exquisite and Royal.
 


 

 

"Fashion is architecture: it is a matter of proportions."
 

 

 

"A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous."
 

 

"Look for the woman in the dress. If there is no woman, there is no dress."

 

 


This red dress is one of my favourites as from the line of exceptionally detailed dresses, picking on would be completely impossible. The ruffles at the hand and base of the dress is not only fierce but extremely audacious with the right shade of red and general silhouette.  I personally believe that a woman who can pull off the prefect dress in an off-shoulder cut is to be respected. Though the mesh of the dress sits on the shoulders,  first look at the dress would allow it to be categorized under the off-shoulder cut.

 

 

 

"Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury."
 

                                     ...........indeed a true expression of elegance.................

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