THE SPRING/SUMMER 2013 L.E.G. WOMAN IS MULTIETHNIC
With its L.E.G. capsule collection, Alviero Martini 1ª Classe brings a woman displaying cosmopolitan femininity to the catwalk.
A collection made of soft shapes and volumes that glide over posh fabrics featuring exotic colors that have been stolen from the Far East.
Silk takes a leading role being offered as satin, jacquard, chiffon and is paired with boucle, embossed and ottoman woven fabrics.
Cocktail & night outfits are offered with lengths that dictate when they should be worn.
White, black and beige hues become pure light and are interchanged with gold, red geranium, fuchsia and poppy red to create a color block look or contrasting effects.
Knee length dresses with ruffles and kimono dresses are interchanged with classic clear cut sheath dresses and evening gowns.
Elegant the one-shoulder dresses.
Tops and bustiers, embellished with ruffles, are offered with matching skirts and trousers.
Knee and ankle length chiffon box pleated skirts, share the limelight with tulip shaped ones.
High-wasted tuxedo or “baiadera” style trousers of various lengths are also available.
Outerwear encompass ultra-short bomber jackets, blazers that emphasize the waist, revisited trench coats and safari jackets.
Geo print silk jacquard t-shirts and tuxedo trousers ranging from beige to gold hues offer a new bon ton twist and create a total look. Bomber jackets paired with tulip shaped skirts are also offered with the Geo print.
Feathers become ornaments and are set as clusters onto sheath dresses, skirts, sweatshirts and bomber jackets as well as to embellish tops’ ruffles.
Contrasting color piping outlines garments’ contours and highlights the silhouette throughout the collection.
Light games are displayed by pale gold-coated silk outfits.
Handbags blend with the garments taking up the contrasting piping effect. Made with soft yet structured leather, Boston bags, clutches, tote bags, travel bags, messenger bags and obo bags are offered with a hot-stamped crocodile print embellished with feathers.
Special thanks to Ryan Jerome Runway Photographer and Floriana Di Carlo Backstage Photographer