sábado, 17 de octubre de 2009

Lanvin Spring 2010 RTW.

Iris Strubegger (WOMEN)

It takes a lot—a gilding of genius, in fact—for a designer to drag several hundred tired, hard-bitten professionals to a bleak industrial shell on the outskirts of Paris, and then send them away feeling ecstatic.


Freja Beha Erichsen (IMG)

That, though, is what Alber Elbaz did in a show that was a bombardment of emotional and visual pleasure. It climaxed in an overload of color, glitter, and originality: the sight of dozens of girls marching, with a furious glamour, along a runway so long it seemed to stretch into a foggy infinity.

Magdalena Frackowiak (ELITE)

The collection was a triumph of breathtaking technical achievement: drapey, pleated jumpsuits in polyester ("like collapsing fabric," Elbaz said); a candy-store array of pink, salmon, peach, and vermilion; a dash of extraordinary fine leather (an unforgettable carnation red dress); and a buildup of encrusted gold sequins and jewelry.

Hanne Gaby Odiele (WOMEN)

The designer didn't really have words to sum up the powerful, slow-building impact of the vision he'd created.

Mirte Maas (WOMEN)

All he'd talk about were the technical difficulties of handling the polyester, making spirals of ruffles, inventing a soft, puffy form of quilting for coats, and how he'd ended up layering one dress on another to make a whole.

Jacquelyn Jablonski (ELITE)

And, in fact, it didn't open all that promisingly. The first passage Elbaz fielded was in black, with ruffles—the familiar Lanvin aesthetic that is visible in stores worldwide.

Yulia Kharlaponova (WOMEN)

Only when he got past the tailoring and into the intense passage of developments of plissé (a kind of modern, abstract Fortuny pleating), as well as the navy and mushroom jumpsuits, did the mood lift and the audience realize that something incredible was transpiring.

Kasia Struss (WOMEN)

In the end, as the girls—headed by the crop-haired Iris Strubegger and a rivetingly intense Karlie Kloss—walked back into the darkness under a giant Art Deco chandelier, every head in the crowd strained to take in the last glimpse of a collection that will be remembered for a very long time.

Tanya Dziahileva (MARILYN)

Natasha Poly (WOMEN)

Alla Kostromicheva (WOMEN)

Kendra Spears (ELITE)

Vlada Roslyakova (WOMEN)

Nicola Haffmans (NEXT)

Abbey Lee (NEXT)

Kim Noorda (VIVA)

Kamila Filipcikova (IMG)

Edythe Hughes (FORD)

Bregje Heinen (WOMEN)

Ranya Mordanova (WOMEN)

Anna de Rijk (VIVA)

Elsa Sylvan (VIVA)

Charlotte di Calypso (ELITE)

Kelly Moreira (ELITE)

Daria Strokous (WOMEN)

Eniko Mihalik (ELITE)

Ginta Lapina (WOMEN)

Anastasia Kuznetsova (NEXT)

Sofie Roelens (MAJOR)

Sue Ellen

Keke Lindgard (ELITE)

Anna Selezneva (SILENT)

Romana Umrianova (ELITE)

Iris Strubegger (WOMEN)

Magdalena Frackowiak (ELITE)

Freja Beha Erichsen (IMG)

Marina Peres (IMG)

Kasia Struss (WOMEN)

Nicole Hofman (MARILYN)

Natasha Poly (WOMEN)

Jacquelyn Jablonski (ELITE)

Vlada Roslyakova (WOMEN)

Alla Kostromicheva (WOMEN)

Abbey Lee (NEXT)

Alber Elbaz
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