S/S 2014 Collection ‘Frida’
Designer Veronica Basharatyan created the collection inspired by Mexican surrealist painter Frida Kahlo work, pain and passion . The inspiration is reflected in the color palette and the silhouettes referencing to Frida’s uncompromising depiction of the female experience form.
In the runway we see layers of delectable silk chiffons in both vivid and pastel colours. Intriguing prints and embellishments that attract our attention and don’t let go. From the sophisticated retro hair to the subtle finishes on the nails and make up. The all too famous enhanced brow or almost uni-brow worn by Frida Kahlo.
Frida Kahlo painting
Luxurious silks and soft palettes complementing the concept. Intricate patterns adorn the flowing silk chiffons as the wind flows through the seams of the gowns. Low back cuts, are present in the myriad of creative visual alchemy. A femenine approach with a strong protagonist as it’s muse. A woman who is not affraid of color, who can wear the most constricted suit but chooses to wear the joy of confidence and elegance without sacrificing style.
Sleek and long lines, body hugging dress with low cut back opening.
Signature knit in vibrant colors from S/S 14 ‘Frida’ Collection.| image Livingfash Media 2013
Her signature piece ‘ribbon knit’ was found this season in a charming range of clutch bags.
sculptured sillouttes, form filling, curve hugging knee length dresses with a flowing see through chiffon top in neutral tones.
Basharatyan brand is based in conceptual creativity, research technique, unique fabrics and original shapes and prints.
Designer Veronica Basharatyan. | Livingfash Media.
Enjoy images from the catwalk S/S 2014 ‘Frida ‘Collection