Elie Saab; An emerging name through Fashion Industry created an overwhelming signature over the woman’s body.
Embracing the female’s physique, Elie Saab twisted a “Textile Explosion” which enhanced the overall view of authenticity. His designs, not only wearable, but also defying in the Art domain. Showing the right extent of the Neck, the Shoulders, the Legs and the Back. Displaying the feminine side, elegant and sophisticated. He made her the “Perfectionist”.
Diving deep into the world of Fashion, he made sure to serve every woman the nudity, yet the layers. It was a game of Style exploring the utter transparency of the flesh or the facial features.
With the most sensual, soft and glimmering, Muslin was one of the dominating fabrics in this collection. Falling over the body and making its way around, letting the details and embellishments show further. The twists made across the chest and the slits over the side embodied the grace itself, making the skin glisten, while the sharpened features create a stream of energy and causality. She owned the 60’s.
The other dominating fabric is Tulle which made it so easy to create charming trims over. Crafting beautiful forms and patterns, making it seem absurd, yet while focusing you can see the crafted shape. The tissue was liberating with its limpidity expressing the skin and giving it the shade of GOLD. While moving the light would penetrate and reflect the color. She became the Queen of Romans.
The defining kinks in these looks broke the borders of the classic to create new ones. While most of the appearances were garnished with head bands, belts also spread over the waists giving the right form of curves and arcs, showing extravagance in a woman’s shape.
To give the Model the strength and widen her shoulders, some outfits contained pouches on the side (either for dresses or pants). Straps over the cleavage made it enthusiastic to see the gold trims washing over the skin and showing the edginess of the bones.
Pants, going back to trend supply laying over having a constant width. Trails following behind dresses or jumpsuits, flourished with the Historical Art of each and every dress.
Some looks had the feathers giving them identity, making a real Twist of their own and adding contrast in the looks.
The designer produced a magnetic field. Charisma flying over the Runway and every model seemed to be liberated, free by the name of her own existence. The contradiction between the raging inequality for the women in the 60’s, and the daring freedom in her name over the Runway, made a blast in the presence, a roar for her Revolution, and her role in society. Even the Sexual Revolt of the past era, made its way out. She walked the walk of pride.