This season, the woman of Tadashi Shoji is graceful and sophisticated. Inspired by Renaissance frescoes by Botticelli, the presentation of this renowned designer unveiled an array of gorgeous models dressed in sand and ivory, light under trees carved wood. Breathing through the Venetian goddesses, Tadashi Shoji’s collection consisted of evening dresses elegant and romantic asymmetrical cut from luxurious fabrics reminiscent of the quintessential 15th century.
Being mindful of every detail, the Japanese designer used its robes of silk ribbons tied in loop size, pearls and floral minute details, hand-cut, affixed as a mosaic. Dresses in crinkled silk chiffon long dresses and ruffled organza and made lace exuded sensuality and innocence of young girls in flower. The clothes came out, however, mottled look of the lot offering a little less angelic. My favorite part of the collection was the little evening lace dress shoulder pronounced sandy color. The return to a bygone era or an ancient time turns up to date on the red carpet or at a reception, the dresses went from soft and cold Tadashi Shoji you will draw you into an enviable timeless silhouette.
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