Monday, 27 January 2014

Didit Hediprasetyo Spring/Summer Couture Collection 2014 from Paris

The cut of the collection is straight with the emphasis on waists. Inspirations came from the Napa Valley, feminine fifties and old Hollywood style. Colours from a Californian season 

A slender vine in a chic jumpsuit consisting of a lambskin shirt-front and trousers that come in Prince of Wales check,

and houndstooth of Songket (a traditional handwoven Indonesian brocade),

Dresses and leather bomber jackets are embroidered with leaves and vine shoots

whilst masculine fabrics give class to high waisted fitted trousers that emphasize the waist and give a slight curve to the hips through a draped pleat.

The spirit of Old Hollywood underlies draped necklines and long sleek silhouettes.

 Skirt styles range from the below the knee full circle of the 50s....

... to the short body con look

In contrast to the earthy tones and leather, the finale saw an ethereal touch of long, empire-cut mermaid dresses, whose cloth was embellished with broderie anglaise, ornamental vines, bunches of grapes and delicate vine leaves created by the Lesage company – like an infinitely "couture" signature.

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