domingo, 16 de agosto de 2009

Balenciaga Resort 2010.

Elsa Sylvan

Resort is a season in which designers tend to scale back their creative vision in favor of surefire sales, but that wasn't Nicolas Ghesquière's approach for his latest Balenciaga effort.


Chanel Iman

His experiments with volume—as on a series of printed and embroidered frocks with super-short tiered lampshade skirts—were more daring than anything else we've seen during the current round of shows and presentations.

Alex Sandor

Ditto his chunkily woven leather sandal boots.

Johanna Kneppers-Corbel

Still, there was plenty here that was time-tested. A pearl- and crystal-embroidered Cristobal Balenciaga Edition jacket circa 1965 "still looks right now," Ghesquière said.

Alex Sandor

Remarkably, so did a long black net and velvet dot evening coat that Balenciaga originally made in 1959.

Katie Fogarty

Other pieces shown today, like a pantsuit in rustic, nubby linen, have no progenitor, but their very Ghesquière-ness—the slim fit of the jacket, the leg-elongating trouser—should ensure their success.

Alex Sandor

Chanel Iman

Johanna Kneppers-Corbel

Chanel Iman

Katie Fogarty

Chanel Iman

Johanna Kneppers-Corbel

Johanna Kneppers-Corbel

Johanna Kneppers-Corbel

Johanna Kneppers-Corbel

Chanel Iman

Johanna Kneppers-Corbel

Elsa Sylvan

Elsa Sylvan

Alex Sandor

Alex Sandor

Alex Sandor

Katie Fogarty

Katie Fogarty

Elsa Sylvan

Johanna Kneppers-Corbel
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