The concept of couture in 2014 is a lot like the one of a candy shop. There are the undeniably tempting items, created with a purpose of showstopping, smiling at you in a graceful manner that deserves praise, there are the glass windows distancing them from the puzzling eyes and there are the kids, hanging out at the fast food shop. They are well aware the food in their hands will only last them for so long, but they weren't taught about the one bite of candy that could mark their taste buds forever. The taste of silky seduction. Glorious, isn't it?
A new form of education is needed; an educator, who's willing to put down the glass walls and show couture is for real women, that the porcelain goddesses exists in every lady. She is pulled out by the one bite of candy which gives a woman poise, that will accompany her even when she's biting on that burger. Those damn burgers.
Pictured: Models wearing materialized poise, grace and feminine seduction gracefully stomping down the runway of Lebanese royalty Georges Hobeika.
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x Eva Ana Kazic
You can't bring down a great mind. Watching this symphony of color, couturiesque form and confidence, that misses from today's fashion so much, coming down the runway was a childlike experience. As the story progressed, the eyesight went into a trans of white, yellow and black, proving smart design doesn't need a rainbow to feel colorful.
Truthfully, in those past years, Stephane Rolland hasn't re-invented couture fashion. He just picked it up, where it was left forgotten and framed it into a new deffinition. Now, don't take my word for it, but Rolland's couture talks to a demanding customer, who knows modern HC shouldn't be treated as unreachable art – it should show a certain level of execution and mostly – inspire.
A cold Paris afternoon therefore made me miss other shows and catch a terrible cold. But let me tell you – when you think back about that stomping beat, the dreamy fabrics flowing in front of your eyes – you realize it's all real and it's better than a fairytale. Haute is back.
Editorial by our team for TTT Magazine and Design East.
Text from DesignEast.eu by Nina Cavz
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See all of the pictures HERE.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Luka Volk
STYLIST: Deni Pregelj
MUA: Nea Likar
HAIR: Matevž Treven
Ajla Sijamhodžić (Model Group)
Alma Tana Jakos
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: Eva Ana Kazič (ALLAROUNDEVE)
photographed at Palace Evropa
casting at M Hotel
fashion video: http://youtu.be/VyWuIZ1m8tk
casting video: http://youtu.be/GgtxJxiq0Us
(TTT MAGAZINE) preview: http://tttmagazine.fr/décembre-janvier-2014.html
Photos by Svit Pintar