Breathetaking is all I can say about these Couture gowns. Honestly if I ever have a chance to see these in real life I would get a hot flash. These gowns are elaboratly ornamated and full of detail with the use of lace, ostrich feathers, and leather. Everything is mostly flesh-colored or gold with chocolate brown being the one exception. Riccardo Tisci explains “He claimed his inspiration was Frida Kahlo and her three obsessions: religion, sensuality, and, given the painter’s lifelong battle with spinal pain, the human anatomy. The zipper pulls were little bones, a belt was a spinal column re-created in porcelain. The dominant motif of the collection was the skeleton, laid out flat in the lace appliquéd on a long tulle column, or rendered in three dimensions in obsessively dense clusters of crystals, pearls, and lace on the back of a jacket in double silk duchesse satin.” Style.com.
Possibly my favorite in love with the nude and pink hues and the detail of this is insanely amazing. How hot would you feel wearing this.
I love Chantilly lace and this is magnificent paired with the fur.
I love the strong structure of this feminine yet edgy.
No words the detail of the dress is unimaginable and the gold just adds more luster to it.
I love the mix of the lace and feathers so beautiful.
Again this lace is beautiful and structured.