RAFW 2011 trend report: Infinite Variability by Camilla and Marc
Camilla and Marc ‘s Infinite Variability show was a culmination of the third day of the 2011 Rosemount Australian Fashion Week (RAFW ). The venue, Sydney’s State Theatre was chosen strategically correct. Its opulent atmosphere of gold and velvet was beneficially contrasting to the high tech mood of the collection and allowed for intense colors and clean cuts to stand out.
A variety of fabrics: from crisp luxury taffeta in classic black to thick neoprene in neon pink and diversity of silhouettes: from clean cuts to layers of frills provided with a mixed impressions. Yet predominantly the collection was all about brights, contrasts and bold prints, Camilla and Marc true to their traditional style also presented few structured pieces in subtle tribal prints (first image). The photographs I used to create these compilations are courtesy to Marie Claire Australia.
Trends: Color blocking, bold floral and leopard prints, frills, thigh-high side splits (similar to those shown by Zimmermann), cropped pants, sharp jackets and minimalistic cropped tops.
Look: Cosmopolitan girl – structured silhouette in bold colors.
Colours: Fuchsia, white, bright blue and green.
Accessories: Heels in bright colors and contrasting transparent plastic or leather purses.
Makeup: Radiant complexion, bright coral lips, bare eyes and sleek flowing hair.
The photographs I used to create these compilations are courtesy to Marie Claire Australia.
My promise to be a good blogger and have daily blog updates from RAFW 2011 was seriously undermined by unreliability of my current laptop made by Compaq. I am back on track now and hope shortly to have all the material to be uploaded.
Would love to know what is the biggest upcoming fashion trend in your country? What will you be wearing this season?
I am curios :)
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