viernes, 23 de septiembre de 2011

Art Deco en Gucci


Gucci ha abierto la semana de desfiles para presentar las colecciones primavera verano 2012 en Milán.
La firma italiana se inspira esta vez en el Art Déco. Los modernos, con sandalias de finos tacones dorados y pequeñas carteras de mano que mezclaban metales y pieles de lujo. Complementos chic de líneas arquitectónicas, colores oscuros y metálicos con toques en verde esmeralda y piel de serpiente aportando el componente de tendencia.
En Gucci están celebrando el 90 aniversario de la casa, y lo hacen con esta colección que nos transporta a la época de la gran depresión, 1920. Tan lejana y tan cercana a la vez, a la situación que vive Italia -y no solo ella- en la actualidad. Además la semana que viene inaguran un museo de la casa en su ciudad natal, Florencia. Ubicado en el Palazzo della Mercanzia de1337 en la Piazza Signora de Florencia.
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Gucci presented the first show at Milan Fashion Week. Frida Giannini brought us an elegant, glamorous line focused on nightlife. With heavy black eye make-up and sophisticated hair, the models wore looks that combined black with gold and bronze.
The accessories were the highlight of the show. The art deco sandals featured slim gold heels, while the small purses combined metals and luxury leather. The chic accessories were designed using architectural lines, dark colors and metallic details, with touches of emerald green and snakeskin for a trendy look.
Drop-waist shift dresses were the key indicator of the 20s inspiration. The Art Deco lines could be seen via the blazers paired with silk blouses and tapered pants.
Pat Mcgrath created a jet-black rimmed eye using Max Factor’s black kohl pencil and Max Factor cream shadow Smoky Eye Effect Eyeshadow in Onyx Smoke. The eyebrows were bleached and the lips were nude.
The John Frieda team pulled back the models’ hair into two voluminous, tucked-back ponytails. The finishing touch was a black streak applied to blonde hair and a gold streak applied to black or brunette hair.
One last tip: Gucci opens its museum next week in the brand’s home city, Florence.What is the focus of the Gucci Museo, situated in the Piazza Signora in Florence? The edifice is a historic building known as the Palazzo della Mercanzia, dating to 1337.
Spanning 1,715 square meters, or 18,460 square feet, the three main floors will have themed rooms on the Gucci story, while art works from the Pinault Foundation will provide a modernist note.
Although the archives will be kept safely in the basement area, the museum is designed for visits from the public, with a café, bookshop and other ameneties, so that the project is intended, in Ms. Giannini’s words, to “give something back” to Florence. Suzy Menkes dixit.
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La prima sfilata della settimana della moda milanese fu quella di Gucci. Frida Giannini presentò una collezione elegante per la vita notturna. Truccate da uno scuro makeup nero sugli occhi, stile mapace, le modelle indossarono look neri con oro e bronzo.
Gli accessori furono i grandi protagonisti dello show. Di stile art decó, i sandali dai tacchi dorati e le piccole borse di pelle e metallo. I complementi chic, di colori scuri e metellici con tochi di verde smeraldo e pelle di serpente, apportavano il componente di tendenza.






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3 comentarios:

fromvlcwithlove dijo...

Los primeros diseños me parecen impresionantes! preciosa colección ;)

BBBB

Blair dijo...

ME ENCANTA ESA CHAQUETA! Y EL BOLSO DE SERPIENTE VERDE.BESOS

Julia mode dijo...

nice choices :)