This summer is all about the flapper girl on her most glamorous appeal! Designers like Gucci, Ralph Lauren, Roberto Cavalli and John Galliano showed decorative dresses with ooze gloss for flirty party dressing. Straight lines, lower waist, and of course fringes and sequins are the key elements for the look.
In addition, Art deco graphics and embellishment gave the essence of another era to the runway. It might remind you of the Chrysler building, with the abstract geometric shapes, or even the upcoming remake of the movie “The Great Gadspy”, the 20’s inspiration is definitely something that will make the modern woman feel feminine and sexy! Enjoy some glitz and glam!
Parallel universe… to enjoy the trend!
If experimenting with your clothing is not your thing, there are many other good ways to make a look interesting! Deisngners like Maison Martin Margiela, Aurelie Bidermann, Pamela Love and lots of others put unlimited imagination when they design jewelry and really make us enjoy fashion! A zippers as a bracelet, a watch bracelet as a ring, an oversize “engagement” type ring and so on, are beyong realism and super exciting and cool without being too loud… Surrealism and fashion always shared a symbiotic relationship in the past (Elsa Schiaparelli), but now it is more innovative and a lot more glamourous! We chose some of the best for you! Enjoy!
Here is where you can find them…!
1.Maison Martin Margiela watch bracelet, 2.Aurelie Bidermann knitted bracelet, 3.Aurelie Bidermann arrow bracelet, 4.Aurelie Bidermann helmet ring, 5.Aurelie Bidermann lace cuff, 6.Bottega Venetta knitted ring, 7. Bottega Venetta eye bracelet, 8. Chloe snake cuff , 9. Eddie Borgo trap bangle, 10. Maison Martin Margiela two finger ring, 11. Maison Martin Margiela watch band bracelet, 12. Maison Martin Margiela ring, 13. Maison Martin Margiela watch band bracelet, 14. Maison Martin Margiela four finger ring, 15. Pamela Love talon ring, 16. Jennifer Fischer zipper bracelet.
After a series of hugely successful shows, Prada once again managed to surprise us! From last falls 60’s space age to clean and chic 50’s elegance, Miuccia Prada wanted to bring to the runway some “Sweetness”. But what was the core of the collection really? Well, Italian men have two meaningful relationships in their lives: women and cars. Miuccia put the two together—women in cars—and situated them in a moment in time (maybe the last such) when the world was awash with unambiguous hope for the future, and by that we mean the 50’s.
There were many ways for Miuccia to make her point. The celluloid iconography was irresistible: B-movie roadhouse gals in bandeau tops and leather pencil skirts that had been customized by their spray-painting mechanic boyfriends; David Lynch heroines in varsity jackets and sunray pleats; rhinestone cowgirls in studded Baracutas. If the sweetness in such tough cookies was a little elusive, Miuccia also offered coats in lace or crochet in palest pink and blue and bathing suits that begged for pinup poses round the pool at the Beverly Hills Hotel. The fire graphics and the 50’s cars along with the pastel colours and the feminine silhouette really gave us a smile! Oh and, of course, don’t forget the shoes! The absolutely Whaaam shoes with literally fire on their heels symbolizing the speed of cars!