Having partnered with Naomi Campbell for his autumn / winter 2010, it has become clear that Dennis Basso accustomed to dress divas. Working as a fur designer, Dennis Basso knows about luxury and quality. The architect of fur dressed the biggest celebrities and even the hip-hop industry with his coat of fox and mink. Known for his sophisticated collections Dennis Basso rarely goes unnoticed especially when PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is around, so he decided to create a line of faux fur selling over a million copies.
Known for its exotic quality materials and advanced techniques, it is not surprising to know that even the greatest, from Chanel to J. Mendel, inspired by Dennis Basso. And when Andre Leon Talley is seen the in front know, its obvious there is a renowned designer at work here.
For his spring / summer 2011, Dennis Basso has presented us with cocktail dresses and wild textured accents. Like straight out of a swamp, models walked proudly wearing short dresses and crocodile skin handbag in python skin. The metallic-blue dresses were just as impressive with a glossy look emulating sirens of the seas. Not being one solely for extravagance, the designer offered outfits that were more reserved like dresses with frills cut or embedded in the torso revealing the neckline and a flared skirt golden yellow worn with a bolero with chinchilla.
Similar to what we could see at the J. Mendel, Dennis Basso worked in a similar way by placing pieces of fur on a silk jacket with a transparent look fresh and light, perfect to counter the heat of summer.
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