PARIS, March 8, 2011/FW/– Long hemlines dominated the Ingrid Vlasov show on Tuesday at the Westin Paris. Light hues initiated the presentation with sci-fi like sculptured shoulders and backs that appeared as though sprouting miniature angel wings. Black lace appliqués anointed white off white fabrics, resulting in slightly gothic and medieval reflections.
Some elegant beige dresses and pantsuits offered a break from the mysterious theme and transitioned eventually into geometric zigzag patterned floor length gowns and pure black ensembles details in sheer mesh garnished with lace and beaded embellishment. I could see Cher stepping into any of these gowns with ease.
Photos courtesy of Ingrid Vlasov
Paris Prêt-a-porter Fall 2011