Remember this? Well, Mr. Vacarello sure knows what he’s doing – which is sexy clothes to say the least. The middle look and the far right look above are my favorites from the spring summer 13 runway show. The drapings and cuts are lovely. Sexy yes but still wearable. This show makes great inspiration for spring.
Yesterday – 15h: Appointment at the Grand Palais for the Balmain show with Olivier Rousteing designer which this time relied on maxi shoulders, patterns and waist high.
Balmain style is known for his provocative and very Parisian side and the Spring-Summer 2013 collection is no exception to the rule. And his fourth season at the head of the house, Olivier Rousteing reveals the opening combination to max and V neckline shoulder Influence 80′s, shoulders and XXL black and white diamonds, the tone is set.
Sexy and rock Paris with Balmain.
Eighties silhouettes and exaggerated shoulders pantallon tall, features the podium flagship Balmain. The diamond printed as Harlequin is also a pattern very present in this collection Spring-Summer 2013, dresses with jackets smockings.
We also discover scratches and silhouette in black and white in general, this Fashion Week trend. Finally, sexy dresses suitable for aesthetic Balmain are still present at the Paris Fashion Week, for our greatest happiness. We love the model but also when the Harlequin dress mingles with colorful embroidery. And you, what do you think of this Balmain Spring-Summer 2013 show?
What we prefer? The Glam’Rock for a graphic silhouette with black and white harlequin embroidered shoulders with rhinestones or structured dresses embroidered trimmings.
Forgotten over-sexy micro dresses, glitter details and famous destroy t-shirts so dear to the brand. Under the direction of Olivier Rousteing, Balmain is entering a new era with for watchwords: wealthiness of the materials and casually chic.
The Balmain show is centered on silhouettes combining carbon straight pants and highly baroque t-shirts. Between boyish look, glut of gold son and velvet bawdy, it is indeed a closet in the luxurious casualness that Olivier Rousteing imagines this season for his muse.
The new “boxy” volume of the Balmain jacket is therefore declines in versions either of tomboy (leather jacket of pony petroleum, officer’s wilde blazer), or ultra sophisticated, with embroidery loaded with matelassages jewels or floral tapestries.
Rousteing also move on with small over-jeweleried dresses.
New Balmain appreciates at the same time in casual and relaxed way – as suggests grungy hair code of the show – that we must now consider.