The roaring Twenties have begun!
Syrian designer Rami Al Ali is in for his third Paris Couture Presentation which celebrated his seasonal return with a bold collection of designs inspired by The Great Gatsby. His direction was very obvious “less is more”. Arabian Dusks just got an unabridged moister.
His collection is bold, unflinching and glamorous. Gone are the chains of obligations and the new era of pristine freedom is hitting the runway. Showcasing the strength and power of women, the female silhouette has become illustrious and eminent. His new collection is the ultimate depiction of the pivotal times and a painted picture of the Gatsby theme.
The night was mesmerizing with a blend of distinguished hues and juvenile expressions. The celebration continues by revealing the collection of splendid shades such as cool gray, beige, and sizzling red bestowing the vintage allure to the elegant designs.
The most salacious collection was glamorized when the black floor-length number appeared with a touch of backless, geometrically-patterned haute and translucent accordion skirt. The Gatsby refrain was further highlighted with vacillation peripheries, sinking V-necks and the emblem twenties’ drib waist was exquisitely showcased in a scalloped Ombré effect dress and a midnight blue number embellished with beadwork.
Flowing sleeves, palazzo pants and disco ball patterned dresses were the perfect portrayal of retro seventies. The venemenously red dress with a hooded cape was the perfect luxury touch of the night. Sleek contours bid a simple yet impacting approach as the less-is-more rule smears, with touches of vivacity and flicker, keeping the line playful.
Sources tell us:
Rami Al Ali’s twenty-four piece collection impeccably captures the essence of the period whilst bringing the story to life in a twenty-first century world.