This winter we can see numerous natural shades, imitating skin color. Pink-beige in general will be a real hit of autumn-winter fashion 2009-2010 season. This color, which seems to have come straight from the mosaic blush, will shine on the streets with some melancholy.
Lanvin collection now converts dramatic black into a soft natural beige color, which is draped in a folded skirt’s elegance.
Despite the fact a Miu Miu girl is wearing a shapeless coat of ash-pink color, she still looks defiant. This color, which drapes soft bare skin, makes the image even more outrageous than any shade of red. Marc Jacobs creations never show timidity and shyness. Louis Vuitton creative director stubbornly insists that such chaste color can still be shocking. Playing with elastane creates an ultra sexy image, breaking an original purpose of pastel solid color.
A hue, where beige and pink merged, is now experiencing a rebirth. After several years, when it seemed to be completely forgotten, it is time to give it relevance of a black color, used throughout to reflect extravagance and daring.
Ultraviolet autumn-winter fashion 2009-2010
We have already heard about the mass return of the 80’s with their bulky shoulders, mini-skirts and lots of leather parts everywhere. It is time to recall purple, which, along with all of the above, is also in the chorus of the 80’s family. This color has every chance of gaining the status of Fashion 2009 color.
A refined resident of the city from Marni chooses a brilliant purple, but its radiance no longer recalls disco style with neo-art deco. Lines of attire are so careful and restrained, that make even such bright color worthy of the most refined Italian woman.
Marc Jacobs returns the image of a girl-frequenter of nightclubs. Psychedelic colors, borrowed from sports fashion, replace Marc Jacobs model to the world unknown to us.
Dries Van Noten traditionally brings a deep purple color to the podium not worrying of its original combination with a pastel shade. This decision surprises with incredible harmony, proving the complexity of violet.
For those who want something more quiet, everyday - something that can be safely worn on weekdays, should take a closer look at models from Dries Van Noten. His fashion show proved that purple color can be combined with the fact that previously considered impossible, play different roles and form incredibly elegant sets.
A desire for stability and confidence returns good old velvet to the podium. This iridescent fabric is completely self-sufficient to play first fiddle in the outfit, adding to clean lines and demonstrating sophistication and chic.
Balenciaga again recalls the image of a Parisian to the tips of nails, demonstrating increasingly high elegance over and over again. To do this she needs a toilet, where soft velvets and delicate satin coexist beautifully.
Many fashion houses were quick to turn to truly royal customs for inspiration. Volumetric Chloe trousers show casual style, generously flavored with a portion of chic, which distracts attention from a teenage theme, giving a young girl more feminine and mature look.
Fendi remains true to its key purple color in collections, which is now buried in velvet. Modern cut dress and high boots, resembling a military theme saves clorhing from pretentiousness.
Autumn-winter fashion 2009-2010 proclaims a grand entrance of velvet. There is no dust flying from books and salons of the XVIII century. Today, velvet is back to drape completely “green” fashion women in the soft embrace of brilliance and force 30 year old women renouncing luxury in favor of moderate luxury, and generally teach women restrained elegance.
Since we started talking about the return of the 80’s, then a few sequins will not be enough. Clothing, embroidered with crystals, sequins, lurex - this is a real tribute to these retired years. One only needs to adhere to several rules, to implement all this brilliance in everyday life with the proper taste.
Balmain offers a mixture of rock and disco - raised shoulders of mini dresses, deep blue color. This girl can afford everything and enjoys her privileges, accepting her beauty and bathing in this laissez-faire.
Derec Lam permits putting on a gold dress to reflect the era of disco-style. A woman, dressed by this designer, appreciates gold as a symbol of security and stability.
A set from Isabel Marant satisfies thirst for glitter and shine. It offers shiny trousers with lurex, boots and top of a thin jersey.
Remember one should know how to use gloss, so in pursuit of the 80’s, try to mix fabrics, where dazzling lights will coexist with soft matt materials.