Last night, during the Milan Fashion Week, Italy MEISSEN ® has introduced new ila Collection MEISSEN ® COUTURE FW 2014-2015 signed by trecentenaria craftsmanship of luxury and fine arts.
The Meissen Couture collection for Fall / Winter 2014/15 was presented yesterday in a setting of your dreams, the famous Meissen Villa in Via Montenapoleone 3, which on this occasion was transformed into a glittering backdrop. The head designer Frida Weyer was inspired sparkling exuberance of a specific period, from the ’20s to the late ’30s, when life was lived in the first place, by reason of inspiration. Timeless elegance and sensual charm, represent a duality that the designer had to reconcile facing a challenge. The lines are very feminine and soft, while the gaze focuses on the shoulders, which become a metaphor for the strength of a woman who seduces and controls.
The elements of lingerie, embellished with fine lace, reminiscent of the sinful boudoir, while a deep gap or a daring neckline on the back, reminiscent of a Hollywood divas. The first Indian ornaments that recall the paintings of Asian lacquer archive of the MEISSEN Manufactory, which contains 300 years of history have inspired embroidery declined in metallic tones and blush, embellishing silk chiffon, organza and crepe. Feathers and fringes make the models even more dynamic, and every sigh, and even the slightest movement reveals a vibrant passion.
Under the minimalism, the color palette is tinged with shades of refined and delicate shades of pink champagne, not to mention an intense blackberry and a seductive black.
Attended the event:
Dr. Christian Kurtzke, CEO of the world wide MEISSEN ®, Paul Novembre, Chairman MEISSEN ® ITALIAN, Frida Weyer, designer of the MEISSEN ® COUTURE, Franca Sozzani, Marta Marzotto, Hofit Golan, Caesar Cunaccia, Robert Rabesteiner, Candle November Eleanor Carisi, Gabriella Dompè Laura Teso Morino, Naiwan Meiassar.
MEISSEN ® COUTURE – INSPIRATION FROM 300 YEARS OF TRADITION