Herve Leger by Max Azria has over the years, presented collections that have always lived up to his talent. For Spring / Summer 2011, Leger presented as a quasi Marie Antoinette of the future. The corset, the first part of inspiration, found itself repeatedly in all the outfits in the collection for a look sometimes dramatic, sometimes futuristic.
Exit the fluid, flowing look that could have seen since the beginning of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Herve Leger by Max Azria has proposed the molded body and clothing for a structured hourglass silhouette exhibiting a size and a perfectly defined breast. The complex construction of these romantic dresses were made from dense and tightly woven stripes both horizontally and vertically for a sublime look.
At this wonderful show, we saw the right to dress in neutral tones with a touch of pastel and silver cut from fabricated materials modeling as a second skin. Dresses with printed lace in shades of peach and black were popular with the crowd as the long evening gown shams made bandages for a more theatrical look. True to himself, the creator has turned lingerie 18th century, using feminine dresses and high style. Wear the corset under a redesigned perforated leather jacket and suede open toe mules for a look more casual and accessible in all sensuality.
Herve Leger by Max Azria is unquestionably my heart’s pick of the week!
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