PARIS, March 7, 2010/ FW/ — On the first day of Paris Prêt-a-porter, Greek designer Nicolas Andreas Taralis unveiled his Fall 2010 collection that was inspired by the creative exploits of the rich Greek mythology: the legend of the beautiful women warriors, strong and independent, as nature itself!

Half-naked body hidden under thin transparent organza with exquisite drapery paired with masculine heavy boots creates a very sensual and seductive atmosphere.

Broad stringent capes, long jackets and double-breasted coats with sharp shoulders serve as a reliable armor for the imposed female fragility.

X-shaped belt perfectly emphasized the waist and “suspenders” become an important detail in the blouses and in white collar shirts. Original leather jackets with clip snake collar and embossed surface clearly will be a big hit of the season.

Photos: Pascal Ambroise Arnaud

Paris Prêt-a-porter Fall 2010