Collection Automne / Hiver Ziad Nakad de la Fashion Week de Paris - Ultra-Féminin, Romantique, Elégant

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Le designer international Ziad Nakad a fait ses débuts avec sa collection de couture Automne / Hiver 2019-2020 lors de la Fashion Week parisienne en dévoilant une collection époustouflante inspirée d'une mosaïque ancienne qui réunissait des motifs, des formes, qui créaient des images étincelantes à chaque défilé.

Le style ultra-féminin emblématique de Nakad, ses tenues habillées et ses inspirations saisissantes, il a ajouté un tailleur-pantalon en soie à la combinaison inhabituelle avec un gilet en dentelle fluide et un haut. Magnifique, élégant, éblouissant et fonctionnel pour des événements haut de gamme et exclusifs.


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Inspirée de l'ancienne mosaïque Tessera, la collection de couture est une ode à l'architecture et à la géographie. Tailles marquées, manches oversize, asymétriques, véritable prouesse technique tout en donnant une impression de légèreté à des tenues résolument féminines.

Les broderies ponctuent les silhouettes, telles que les "tessellas" et les "tesserulas" dont l’assemblage dévoile une mosaïque aérienne. C'est cet assemblage qui a inspiré le créateur du titre de la collection par allitération.

Une collection colorée, du bleu au rouge, de l'or à l'argent avec des pointes noires. Toujours soucieux de la qualité, Ziad Nakad propose des tulles qui se mêlent aux chiffons, à la dentelle et au velours, donnant à ses créations une dimension architecturale et moderne nous rappelant s'il le fallait sa maîtrise des coupes et des volumes.

Chaque robe rayonnait, témoignant de sa capacité à marier des tissus avec des garnitures et pour une mosaïque, des perles scintillantes, des plumes, créant un flux et des images.


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Magnificent.


Images Fournies par Ziad Nakad, Direction Artistique par Janet Walker

 

Paris Fashion Week: Ziad Nakad Fall/Winter Collection - Ultra-Feminine, Romantic, Elegant

International designer Ziad Nakad debuted his Fall/Winter 2019-2020 couture collection during Paris Fashion Week unveiling a breathtaking collection inspired by an ancient mosaic that brought together pattern, shapes, and created sparkling imagery as each garment moved along the runway.

Nakad’s signature ultra-feminine styling, formal wear of stunning creation and showstopping inspiration, he added an unusual combination formal silk pantsuit with a flowing lace vest/top and train. Gorgeous, elegant, dazzling and functional for high end, exclusive events.

Inspired by Tessera, the ancient mosaic, the couture collection is an ode to architecture and geometry. Sizes marked, oversize sleeves, asymmetrical, which are a true technical feat while giving an impression of lightness in resolutely feminine outfits.

The embroidery punctuates the silhouettes, such as "tessellas" and "tesserulas" whose assembly reveals an aerial mosaic. It is this assemblage that inspired the creator of the title of the collection by alliteration.


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A colorful collection, from blue to red, from gold to silver with black tips. Always concerned about high quality, Ziad Nakad offers tulles that mingle with rags, lace and velvet, giving his creations an architectural and modern dimension, reminding us if it was necessary his mastery of the cuts and volumes.

Each gown radiated, a testament to his ability to marry fabrics with trimming and for a mosaic, the shimmering beads, feathers, creating flow and imagery.

Magnificent.

Images Provided by Ziad Nakad, Art Direction by Janet Walker


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