Captured in the backdrop of a fiery Amazonian sunset, these resort gowns, adorned with signature 3-D tribal sculptures and precious metals, embolden all women to their warrior-like nature. These fluid poncho pieces featured in white iridescent voile and sculpted crepe usher in the show’s subtlety.
This vignette juxtaposes a formal tuxedo jacket over a flared bridal-like train along with column-style gowns displaying a modern minimalist look all in gazar.
It feels sincerely severe and formal until the plunging necklines and high slits break up the androgynous theme: 3-D art bevel sleeves, chest, and ears.
The following coffee brown vignette features ruffles enveloping the models like voluminous flower petals, again a delicate drama. Cut copper mirrors and crystals ornament an organza and jersey gown.
The scene pivots to harem-like gowns as models are draped in layers of gathered crepe and chiffons in coffee and emerald tones. Both fluid and architectural structures are juxtaposed in one.
Glorious brocade lame jumpsuits, glistening metal-like feather coats, and gold shimmering laser cut gowns bring bright lights and shine onto the runway, shifting the atmosphere.
Modern asymmetrical details mimic cacoons and pay homage to geometry and art. Large gold pebbles and gold satin fringes are applied to these tunic dresses.
Hooded liquid gowns in pearl and gold offer water-like movement as they forerun a finale of abundance – a tribal tribute to a goddess, a bride fit to be queen in a floor-length gold cape gown with 3-D sculptures—a breathtaking theatrical close for Stephane Rolland.