Development Alert! Trend Fit For A Queen
Salvatore Ferragamo, Armani Prive, Chanel, Etro, Jason Wu, Balmain, Alexander Wang, 3.1 Philip Lim and Emilio Pucci are simply some of the large names who dressed fashions in opulent gold and metallic, historically impressed items. Balmain’s robust-shouldered, long flowing gold gown has been an enormous hit (as seen on Cameron Diaz for the front cover of the September 2010 edition of Harper’s Bazaar Arabia).
Designs had been adorned with gold leaves, baroque prints and jewelled embellishments and came in luxurious fabrics like velvet and brocade, puffing and draping in all places.
Nevertheless it was Alexander McQueen’s final assortment which stole the show together with his royal items which many say were impressed by the theme of angels and the after-life…perhaps a scary foreshadow of what was to come back.
Where to look for inspiration Think royalty, Queen Elizabeth (I and II), Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, Tsarist Russia, baroque and rococo artwork, Indian maharajas, Ottoman sultans, Medieval Venice, thrones, crowns, faberge eggs, royal jewels and Venetian masks!
This is the one trend where OTT is acceptable. Pile on the gold bangles, adorn each finger in cocktail rings and spend money on a jewel embellished, gold colored clutch.
Due to the high glam factor, this development is strictly for night salvatore ferragamo johor premium outlet wear. Abaya wearers pull of this trend below your abaya by teaming a pink velvet or gold gown with matching velvet or gold leggings and embellished gold heels, or pare down the look by opting for a brocade or baroque-print high with dark wash jeans and fancy sneakers, or vice-versa with a brocade skirt and plain top.
Must-purchase for this pattern Definitely a pair of Alexander McQueen’s angel wing sneakers (shown under).