Recently returned from the calendar of Fashion Week Haute Couture show us their latest collection according to the two Dutch, Viktor & Rolf spring-summer 2014 is placed under the sign of the dance…
While the parade Valentino Haute Couture spring-summer 2014 is inspired by the Italian Opera, Viktor & Rolf collection goes to the rhythm of ballet. The designer duo the metaphor by inviting dancers Het National Ballet on their podium, So these tips in models for the evening we unveil the new Haute Couture collection from Viktor & Rolf. Who says ballet leotard said? Neither one nor two, small rats are found wearing creations inserts flesh like a second skin very successful. Side of the form and short skater cut is a special place.
She is soon joined by a range of asymmetries and draped. Least some clothes fitting is observed, while blazers and liquette entering the pace of the parade. They are draped and armed with pieces of slippery fabrics from waist to knee. The use of smooth and fluid materials offers greater freedom of movement. Ideal if you fancy takes us to improvise arabesques, revolted or capers.
If a great wave of blue sweeping the parade Armani Privé Spring-Summer 2014, it is quite different on the podium Viktor & Rolf Haute Couture. Here, a range of light colors dominate, including powder pink, beige, apricot, taupe and white. Black drawings (and one red) adorn the creations in a spirit lyric tattoo. Many delicate knots pass before our eyes, and a butterfly. Special mention to birds, positioned so that they seem to hold up the drapery with their beaks. Should we see a nod to Snow White?
After all, the Brothers Grimm tale has been transposed into ballet by choreographer Angelin Preljocaj (and costumes designed by Jean Paul Gaultier) at the end of their show, the duo of Dutch designers reveals Bonbon, the latest fragrance from the house. Projection support, we discover the billboard and her muse: Edita Vilkeviciute One last spin before the parade Viktor & Rolf Haute Couture Spring-Summer 2014.
Source: Style. Photos: ELLEUK