Heading to one of the most famous streets in Paris, Ralph & Russo’s Creative Director Tamara Ralph presented her Autumn/Winter Haute Couture collection in the British Embassy of France, located in the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré.
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The location is described as a romantic, architectural pearl, and the collection that followed from Ralph & Russo’s Creative Director was perfectly fitting.
For her Haute Couture collection for AW19, Tamara Ralph pulled inspiration from the Art Deco era of the 1930s, taking further inspiration from the creative works of artist Erté, who captured the period within his work.
Evening gowns accentuation an hourglass gshape, and a touch of elegance was added with pearl jewellery and embellishment details with a geometric feel – a characteristic of the aesthetic of the art and fashion movement.
And the majestic gold and silver details were worked over daring, show-stoping shades of pillar box red and vivid pink, sunshine yellow and sea blue. Meanwhile, sharp shapes on black and white ensured the neutral shades we just as impactful.
The collection worked as a celebration of modern femininity, working classic looks onto new designs, and evoked the life and joy of the era.