Light and soft shades

Content image - Phnom Penh Post
AFP

Light and soft shades

Content image - Phnom Penh Post
AFP

She’s back after eight years. The French designer Fred Sathal was fashionably late for her return to Paris’ haute couture scene.

Her “colour light” show launched the Autumn/Winter 2014-15 collections, and it was a sparkling success despite a 50-minute delay.

Sathal used beading and embellishments to create a swishing, shimmering effect, especially on mini-dresses with heavily-fringed hems.

A recurring fabric used in trousers, coats and kaftan dresses was also inspired by an artist’s paint palette. Sathal did not shy away from fur with one supremely over-the-top cape made entirely from fox tails.

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