Immersed in an intimate hall at Lincoln Center, models seemed to illuminate the dark room wearing long dresses designed by Diego Binetti. As goddesses, they were put on pedestals for all to take a closer look at the fine details of the evening wear. The static display enabled editors and buyers to more fully contemplate the magnificent collection of Diego Binetti.
Critically acclaimed since the collection’s inception in 2002, designer Diego Binetti, former creative director for Jill Sander, always liked to break conventions. More outside the traditional, Diego Binetti offered a collection that has something exquisite in his own style.
As the sculptures of ancient Greece, the models showed dresses decorated with luxurious fabrics, floral details, gemstones and metal buttons. The silk caftans and dresses with lace in shades of pink, yellow, beige or cream all had a gentle and quiet side. Crystals and sequins brought shine to both dresses and accessories. Note: the Moroccan-inspired massive belts and pins with stones for a rich effect Baroque successful. Chiffon dresses with ruffles and the ball gown with climbing flowers, were the centerpiece of the collection showing an almost divine beauty in bloom.
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