Sunday, 17 February 2013

LFW - Jean Pierre Braganza

Jean Pierre Braganza
Printed on the invitation was a cosmic like symbol, inspired by geometry and numbers and their symbolic meaning, Braganza believes the the female form is the ultimate cosmic being.
The first look that went down the run way was a head to toe gown covered in the invitation print, cool and edgy the proceeding looks were just as sci fi. 

Conveying dominant, cool and collected women, the looks we're clean and polished to perfection. Double hems were seen on entirely black outfits, contrasted with textured fabrics to bring the looks alive. Pony fur was seen on a gorgeous long line coat, simple yet effective his collection seemed to ooze effortless style. Cleverly cut, dresses had invisible looking pockets where the panels were infused into the side seam creating a beautiful illusion. Hints of peach were seen in small panels, and fur made a small appearance at the neck line, showing real glamour and sophistication.  

 Strong shoulders were key to creating his empowered woman, and asymmetry was at the centre of his collection. The most stunning tuxedo jacket strutted down the catwalk, with the front panels being longer than the back it was a fresh new take on modern tailoring. 

More of his prints slipped their way into the collection, making it feel a little more oriental as well as including kimono wraps and sleeves.  Highlights of white splashed onto trims of coats and dresses while opulent jade was infused into silk structural dresses and draped maxis. Braganza really showed off his talent this season with his variety of print, technique and shape, his finale dresses were show stoppers, including a sleeveless tuxedo top maxi dress, waisted to create the most slime line elegant silhouette, he achieved in creating a powerful fluid figure. 

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