Wiem, że jeszcze pół roku, ale kolekcja Marchesy na wiosne 2010 jest piękna, delikatna, kobieca.
Osobiście wziełabym ja jako inspiracje na nadchodzący karnawał ;)

NEW YORK, September 16, 2009
By Meenal Mistry

Penélope Cruz, Diane Kruger, Kate Beckinsale, Rachel Weisz, Kerry
Washington, Ali Larter, Sharon Stone, Bar Refaeli. That’s a list of
women who, in a single month this year, all wore dresses designed by
Georgina Chapman. So why do they love Marchesa?
„Do you know what? I don’t actually know, but I’m so glad they do,”
laughed Chapman at today’s Chelsea Art Museum presentation.

Well, Chapman might not be able to quite put her finger on it, but she
clearly knows better than to mess with the unmistakable and
ultraglamorous bones of the look. For Spring, her reference was Madame Butterfly,
which led in a straight line to the formal kimono wrapping of stiff
satin gowns and flat, obi-esque folds. More obliquely, there was
something of a set-design element to the very matte black and white
dresses that almost looked as if they’d been cut out of paper. And, of
course, the drama of Chapman’s signature sculptural and gravity-defying
ruffles of horsehair is nothing short of operatic. But, with few
exceptions, that’s not the dress that elicits a swoon from actresses,
like the trio of Blake Lively, Maggie Q, and Emmanuelle Chriqui that
lit up the gown-ogling crowd today. Rather, it’s something like the
breathtaking Grecian draped column partly masked with carefully beaded
black lace—simple but exquisite. /www.style.com/

Taak ja zawsze lubiłam tiul ;]