NEW YORK, Sep 16, 2009 / FW/ — Youthful elegance and effortless sophistication made way for Max Azria’s Spring 2010 collection. Must have spring fabrics of crepe, chiffon and silk georgette created a back drop of soothing neutral tones in cream, white, black, taupe, nude and dusty mushroom.
It was the perfect palate to allow the artistic vision of Max and Lubov Azria to be presented with great strength. Silhouettes of straight dresses, jumpsuits, suiting separates featured a slashing method that was a successful fashion forward risk.
The sensational design aesthetic was carefully place on side seams of pants and long dresses, along sleeves of jackets and elegantly place on the back shoulder area of medium length dresses.
Special pieces featured intricate silver beading along the seam line of slashes and carried the collection into the gunmetal mesh cage pieces offered in a skirt, top and dress option to be paired with silk separates and black strap sandals.
Concluding the collection was a number of floor sweeping gown of bias cut silk with ruffle details and georgettes of a marble print that capture the chic color palate while offering a texture of fine artistic manner.
Architecturally feminine, these pieces are truly timeless and wonderfully presented!
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