ZIAD NAKAD FW 20 COUTURE

ZIAD NAKAD FW 20 COUTURE

TESSERA COLLECTION COUTURE FALL WINTER 2019 - 2020 PARIS FASHION WEEK


Inspired by the ancient mosaic, Ziad Nakad's Fall Winter 2019 2020 couture collection is an ode to architecture and geometry. Marked waists , oversize and asymmetrical sleeves are true technical features while giving an impression of lightness in resolutely feminine outfits. Silhouettes with embroidery embellishments like "tessellas" and "tesserulas" reveal an aerial mosaic. It is this alliteration assemblage that inspired the designer for the collection’s title.


A colorful collection, from blue to red, from gold to silver with black tips. Always concerned regarding high quality, Ziad Nakad mingles tulles and chiffons, lace and velvet, giving his creations an architectural and modern dimension, always reminding us his mastery in cuts and volumes.

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YOLANCRIS COUTURE FW19

The Couture FW19 collection presents a hidden, dark, darkly romantic spring with a Gothic touch. Inspired by the stories of Edgar Allan Poe and the illustrations by Harry Clarke and Aubrey Beardsley, the colorful characteristic of the brand gives way to a black and white that are fused and contrasted in forms that are reminiscent of the decorative arts of the late nineteenth century and early twentieth.

Along with Art Nouveau and Arts & Crafts, the other most important influence of the creative director Yolanda Pérez are the decades of the 60s and 70s of the 20th century. The black and white binomial of the collection has its point in common with the op art of the 60s, being the graphics of the French designer Louis Féraud a reference point in conceiving and creating the ornamentations of the pieces of the collection with abundant embroideries and hand-sewn rhinestones.

Among the collaborators, Yolancris has worked with Roselinde's jewelry. The light of the Canary Islands and its natural landscapes are the greatest inspiration of Ros Jiménez, owner and designer of the brand. The House also collaborated with British  footwear brand Sophia Webster. Hair and makeup was coordinated by Marcello Costa and his team, PR and management of the show was done by Totem Fashion and the consulting by Mabel Gago.

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YUIMA NAKAZATO COUTURE FW19-20 SHOW PACKAGE

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Yuima Nakazato has been striving to realize a future vision for humanity in which "Eventually, each and every garment will be unique and different." His quest for the pursuit of this radical idea, this democratization of haute couture, began in 2016. Upon rendezvous with Spiber and THE EUGENE studio, the journey begins anew.

Fashion, science and art, a trio of disparate elements that speak to a shared spirit, to a belief in the potential of realizing a future full of hope. The fusion of these three domains by Yuima Nakazato, Spiber, and THE EUGENE Studio leads to a journey expanded in scope and rife with possibilities.

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Turkish Lingerie That You Won't Find in Turkey

Turkish Lingerie That You Won't Find in Turkey

Lingerie label Else is one of Paris' well-known, international brands. The label was created by Ela Onur in 2008. By providing wearable lingerie styles, Else has made a name for itself while offering lacy bodysuits and crop tops that can go from the street to the sheets. 

You can find the label Else through lingerie e-commerce site Journelle as well as department stores. On the contrary, the label would be almost impossible to find in Turkey. Although it is common in the West, the trend of sexy lingerie isn't as widespread in the East. Cultural differences explain that Turkish women wear lingerie while getting married and for special occasions but not for their everyday routine. 

Turkey is well-known for exporting lingerie which is how Onur started in the industry. Her family ran a business that produced straps, hooks and wires for bras. Onur began to notice an advantage at that time, that there wasn't a single lingerie designer from Turkey. Even though Turkey had all the resources, the manufacturing that was being done there were for all the big private labels.

To read the full article, visit Vogue.

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