Fashion Trends: Wild, Prismatic and Oriental Styles
Existed doll-like creatures that had a sense of danger to them dressed in head to-toe-storm cloud colors with their long-line silhouettes which lend themselves to a moody yet peaceful life.
Wearing opalescent fabrics, traditional oriental motifs and kimono detailing, Proenza Schouler's gilded details lead to tails of an ancient empire adding an opium-soaked of mystery and glamour to the heavily gold dipped creatures in an eastern opulence.
Whether it's the futuristic beauty of Mugler with cuts of clothes feeding into their wild popularity to defend their surroundings for all time or Alexander McQueen which saw a gang of heroines with their knuckle dusters straight out of a fantasy tome, the elegant space-age and other worldly like creatures saw Balmain's dystopian tough girls in their pair of low-slung velvet pants embroidered Fabergé egg-style embellished in thousands of pearls and crystals ready to protect in the least aggressive manner wearing Delfina Deletrez's enchanted pearls of wisdom.
Everything is larger than life with Marni's eye catching prints and Giussepe Zanotti 'ready-for-battle' vertiginous heels. Etro's paisley prints are overly ornate and glimmery with brocade metallics, flocked fabrics and wallpaper prints all heavily layered, accessorizing with Manish Arora awakening the warrior within.
However abandoned they may be, they burnish the bronze and gold with Emilio Pucci and are ready to stand their guard in Cavalli seducing patterns, embracing embroidery and lace keeping the castle alive in a labyrinth of a journey between dream and reality.