PARIS, Oct 11, 2010 / FR/ — Making his debut at Emanuel Ungaro, British designer Giles Deacon brought brightness and youth by making fresh flowers part of the show.
With floral prints as one of the established codes of the house, filling a large glass pavilion at the André-Citroën with floral sculptures with the antique cars as backdrop or even part of the artwork, it was an idyllic scene in a modern world.
The show – a makeshift garden was filled with strolling, chatting among themselves ladies with chocolate or a glass of champagne in hand, showing a collection of the new season and seemed to have overlooked black and white crowd of photographers and journalists.
Signing his first collection for the House of Ungaro, Giles Deacon proposes the vivid styles of the 1960s – bright colors and pop art making the collection very feminine but retro-trimmed.
[MARI DAVIS & LIDIA BARDINA]
Photos courtesy of Emanuel Ungaro
Paris Prêt-a-porter Spring 2011