Versace and Giorgio Armani Fall 2013 Couture| The Last
Giorgio Armani knows how to dress a woman with class. His Fall 2013 Couture collection was without a doubt one of the most beautiful collections we had yet to have seen from Mr. Armani. He opted to stay away from bolder colors and instead go for nude colors that would blend perfectly with his old Hollywood theme. The collection described everything about the Armani woman: sensual, sophisticated, luxurious, and of power.
He began his show with a series of nude numbers that could take your breathe away. His suits were cut with such a subtle manner, it was difficult not to fall in love with them; the construction of those shoulders portrayed superb authority. But what probably made his suits a stronger presentation were pairing them with a number of impeccable matching and lightly embroidered wide-legged trousers. Mr. Armani indeed reconfirmed he can cut a perfect pair of his signature trousers, because whether he fails or not in any season, his classical trousers always saves him from a harsh critic. One thing for sure is that if you ever decide to go for his couture trousers here - luxury cotton, silk lame, and organza - or his more affordable ones, be assure that you will have invested in the perfect pair of dress pants any women seeks for; a sophisticating at a high level included.
He also introduced several handmade lace tops that imbued a sensuality with those hair styles the models wore. A full laced trench coat would be a magical fortune for any women who purchases it, as for his evening wear dresses were fit for a royal ceremony. The Emmy's are arriving sooner than you believe, and a dress from these collection (such as one pictured on the right above) wouldn't hurt anyone who seeks for a beautiful piece that could speak for itself.
Donatella Versace scored some major points in her Fall 2013 Couture collection. How much sexier do you want couture to be? Oh, and then have Naomi Campbell walking down the runway like the Queen she is selling anything with ease.
That was what Versace seemed to be pushing the limits here. Besides her tight hugging sexy leather dresses paired with mesh and crocodile jackets that are sure to sell like price were nothing, she came out with a number of dresses whose fabric were only held together with Swarovski pins that led to reveal laced tops. Her dresses were in fact delicate and provocative if were to think about it. One navy dress (pictured in the center) had one worry and curious to see a wardrobe malfunction occur at any time.
What was interesting to have seen here was for Versace to include back again few mink jackets that in general have not played well for brand. But it was maybe the fact that we were hypnotized by Naomi Campbell closing the show in one black crystallized mink jacket and very provocative sleepwear vest that we were intrigued to have one. Although returning to reality, you have to be honest that not anyone would wear as good as the Queen.