Friday, 17 September 2010

Premier Vision

This year I really hope to attend Premier Vision in Paris. I've never been able to attend trips with Uni because I never have the money for it. This year it is so important that I got to Premier Vision and hopefully some time in the near future I will be able to show my designs there. I'd like to take elements from Autumn and Winters 11 12 predictions.

The autumn winter II I2 season is actively of its time, determined to reject a wait-and-see attitude, willingly optimistic. It calls for a redefinition of the boundaries of elegance through fashions broadly influenced by casualwear. It reinforces the bridges spanning the wool and cotton universes, and strengthens the bonds joining the chic and casual worlds. Alliances of sophistication and ease, activewear and sportswear, are more firmly established.

Fabrics are rigorously offbeat and anything but austere, testifying to their in-depth elaboration. They reveal richness without ostentation, right up through the treatments applied to finished garments. Yarns are once again visible; structures can be easily read and are perceptible to the touch.

Classical and familiar references are in thrall to modernity. The boundaries between fancies and plains, sustainability and technology, authenticity and eccentricity, are playfully and wittily blurred. Decoration affirms its presence without being aggressive, and contrasts are softened to allow novelty to play a full part in the season.

Softness is built into the heart of fabrics, and suppleness grows protective. A warm vaporousness and ethereality trace out poetic conquests. Colour finishings and decoration are elaborated in subtle strata. Patterns navigate strange universes, and new harmonies arise unexpectedly from imperfection. Enthusiastically broadening fashion outlooks, the season is an exhortation to venture far afield in quest of inventive choices, of keen expertise and mad exploration.

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