Let's talk about Couture. In today's post I want to share with you a magnifique spring-summer season's fashion show from Tony Ward. The whole collection was inspired by Gothic architecture, by reinterpreting structural lines and figures, revealing a modern silhouette that illustrates a lost heroine of the ancient world. What do we see here? Feminine looks, sheer materials, colliding and intertwining intricate shapes, elegant silhouettes and high quality details.
Speaking of the presented gowns, then we see dramatic evening creations with sensual details and revealing areas. I love shimmering details and baroque embroideries. Everything looks sensual and soft. The fabrics are a mixture between Zibeline, printed Gazar, embroidered Crinoline and Lace. The color palette includes wooden pink, white, antique gold, silver and blue. Some of the showcased styles remind me of the cathedrals stained glass ornamental windows. You can wear these creations at special guest events, red carpets, balls, prom nights and even at weddings. Hope you will like this collection the same as me: