Monday, 13 July 2020

La Métamorphose 2021 Couture

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Photography Greg Alexander
The new collection from La Métamorphose and designers Ewa and Margaret explores the hidden and mysterious nature of women, and set in the Royal Castle of Amboise to create theatre and cultivate a feeling of the French culture.

Inspired by the Balsamic moon, a moment in the moon’s cycle, and synonymous with the Origin of the World in the culture of the Australian aborigines. This visionary phase re-quires the opening of the mind channels and its limits, to allow a new creation to emerge. This phase is asking us to surrender to the power of the universe whose dream springs from the dark, through sketches, and canvasses, defining the outlines of new possibilities.
 
With all the fabrics made in France, and 15 looks playing between the transparency and lightness of tulles, embroidered with pearls, the fluidity of silk and chiffon and lace and the shimmering caress of velvet, sprinkled with a few spikes of sequins. The embroidered masks hide the smiles of the tinted lips as a reminder, if it were necessary, of the current reality we live in.