Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Oscar de la Renta S/S 2013

At the Osar de la Renta SS'13 we saw the new trend of the mid-calf-length skirt and some of the most ravishing lace pieces to ever hit the runway, including examples in thick cotton, tape-work, and an imaginative re-embroidery of dark ribbons in an abstract scribble motif. Amongst the airy ball gowns and sleek evening sheath dresses he showed a playful quartet of brilliant faille evening shorts, one that included an ostrich-fronded peplum, another with a slash-neck top crusted with bright colored, shiny-petalled plastic gardenias. 
Staying true to his homeland, the Dominican designer threw some Caribbean seasoning into the mix, with an upbeat palette of watermelon pink, sunshine yellow, and parrot green. These solids were mixed with vibrant Madras cotton plaids, slashed to ribbons to create multitiered pencil skirts.

Check out my favorite looks+the full show below!

1 comment:

  1. Ohlala!! Loved the colors that were used for this collection, I just wanna skip straight to spring :)