MADRID, Apr 11, 2010 / — Inspired by the “Jean-Michel Frank” exhibition at the Pierre Berge-Yves Saint Laurent Foundation in Paris, Fernando Lemoniez created the most seductive silhouettes that are intimate and luxurious.

Stemming from a broad color palette that includes beige, pale pink, aubergine, mink and ivory, the collection encourages the wearer to enjoy the confidence of luxury.

Black plays a prominent role; some of them blended with yellow to highlight the eternal beauty in women.

Matte and shiny, fluid and controlled textures include crepes, wool felts, taffetas, cloqués and china crepes. Top-quality fine fabrics serve to streamline as much as possible the cut of patterns which, in turn, have no superfluous adornments – the buttons can be done up and the pleats mould the figure.

The LEMONIEZ woman is real and rescues from fashion elements that will never perish while she wears them.

Photos courtesy of Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week

Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week Fall 2010