Saturday, 24 September 2011

LFW: Inbar Spector.

Freemasons Hall provided the beautifully, lavish backdrop for Inbar Spector's eponymous, SS12 collection showcase. The audience were set to be wowed whilst the cream de la fash pack were cooing over Osman's buoyant silhouettes.

'Nightmares' and 'hell' were the inspirational buzz words of the press release that attendees were met by on taking up their seats. The initial strokes of the opera-esque soundtrack echoed the dramatic, extravagant designs that lay ahead. Complex constructions, crinolines and intellectual sophistication set high expectations for the impatient crowd. Staying true to her word, Inbar sent metallic brocade, amazingly intricate, sheer sculptures in candy floss pinks and pastel mints, floating down the catwalk in the most incredibly, voluminous shapes. A palette that triggered heavenly connotations.

A designer that is renowned for her trademark monochrome reputation, her SS12 offerings weren't all sorbet shades; black and white, mesh-sheer skirts and dresses provided the signature monochrome quotient and were teamed with gold, brocade, sculptural jackets, signalling an affirmative nod to the Gothic era.

The finale pieces provided a poignant talking point of the week; an engulfing cascade of white ruffles was played off against a never-ending, spiralling of metallic gold. The icing on an already, incredibly, aesthetically pleasing cake.
Photos via: Task PR

Luxurious creativity resounded from beginning to end.

A big thank you to Inbar's PR people who kindly slipped me an invite, literal hours before the scheduled starting time.


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12 comments:

  1. I absolutely love this and I haven't seen this collection before reading your post, so… thanks for sharing! I really liked the concept… I mean, c'mon, Nightmares and Hell IN CLOTHES? Freaking interesting.
    And the clothes itself are gorgeous. I'm fond of extravagant, dramatic looks so it all is amazing to my eyes :))
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  3. Wow these are amazing dresses, the green one is my favourite. x

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  4. now that is fashion. so amazing!

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  6. The over-sized crinolines are charming! Like a little figures from fairytales. It had to be an amazing show together with the opera music.

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  7. absolutely incredibly oh my gosh! its mesmerizing just looking at these dresses trying to figure out how all the huge, endless layers and put together - stunning!
    faye xo

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  8. This is a new collection to me, I really love how dramatic and engaging it it. You can just see how much hard work has gone into this and it has absolutely paid off, stunning

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