MADRID, Apr 3, 2010 / — For autumn-winter 2010/2011, Teresa Helbig presents her own interpretation of the world of the Seeberger brothers, the first to capture real fashion through their cameras immortalizing the elegance of the 20s, 30s and 40s.
Teresa Helbig wishes to recreate the magical world experienced by fashion during those golden years by creating a very feminine collection with contemporary elegance.
The fabrics that we can find in this collection are black suede, natural silk tulle, chiffon gauzes, cashmere and natural silk crepe. With these fabrics, Teresa Helbig aims to show a subtle, light and sensual collection which, combined with traditional techniques such as soutache, hand-burned organza leaves and embroidery based on silver bobbins recreating Art Deco-inspired drawings, is delicate and very chic.
The colour palette proposed by the designer includes talc pink, Deco green, old silver, black and nude. Dresses range from short to long. The collection is rounded off with buttoned shoes in black and talc pink leather.
Photos courtesy of Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week