Monday, 26 November 2012

PFW Highlights- Paluopo by Liu Fang - China in Paris

We were in a place between earth and heaven. So peaceful and delicate what must have been what Liu Fang wanted her collection to be about. The Chinese born designer presented not surprisingly amazing knitted creamy and dreamy white sensations of creations. Not weird she has been announced as the “sculpture of soft gold” by VOGUE China for her detection and creations of knitted cashmere. She has also delivered to many fashion houses throughout Europe. Every piece down the catwalk looked more advanced then the other, layers and layers. You can only imagine how much work that must have been put into each creation, twisting and twining. Not just the clothes, but the boots and shoes were equally breathtaking, one creation more stunning then the other. The hair gigantic puffed up and sleeked back in a futuristic way perfectly complimenting the make-up lookalike Tilda Swinton as the white witch in Narnia. The collection is definitely a fresh breath to the knitted industry and an innovation to an emerging trend to the cashmere industry. 
It was pure beauty. 


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