NEW YORK, Oct 13, 2011/ — Though it is only on its sophomore collection, VACCA, the fashion forward women’s label from the Italian fashion house, Domenico Vacca, is already garnering buzz for its exuberant colors, prints and use of luxurious fabrics and skins.
In the October, 2011 issue of ISOLA Magazine, a luxury lifestyle publication from Qatar, Julie Vacca, the creative director of VACCA, personally models the Fall/Winter 2011 collection in a spread with a title that perfectly suits the magnificent collection, “Blaze of Glory.”
The article, which was photographed in New York City and stylized by Julie’s son and business partner, Robert Vacca, which displays the artistry and wearability of each piece in the collection.
From the glamorous blue velvet gown with faille trimming to the white oxford cotton pleated tuxedo shirt with gold press buttons, it is apparent that the VACCA collection effortlessly blends femininity with menswear inspired silhouettes to create original designs.
Visuals of Julie donning a stunning red jersey gown accessorized with a blue fox fur shawl and multi layered 18-carat gold necklace epitomizes the classic luxury of the VACCA line with its innovative touches.
While one item in the VACCA line can exude seductive, classic glamour, another demonstrates powerful femininity as displayed by Julie when modeling the caramel Napa leather jacket paired with a white oxford cotton dress shirt and caramel Napa leather pants; the outfit is completed with a 12-carat diamond ring in a platinum setting.
While VACCA is a young fashion house, it has become apparent that the designs have a classic appeal with an edgier style that will continue to make waves in the fashion industry.