More beautiful princess gowns, because we can never get bored of them, can we? Especially when we’re speaking of a Zuhair Murad couture collection. Even more so because inspiration was the Gibson girl (from the late nineteenth and early twentieth century) with all the wasp waistlines, puffer sleeves and lace inserts, and the era of Art Nouveau, which simply is one of my favourite period from the history of art.
This is really the case when one picture can tell more than a thousand word. The gowns are wonderful, the craftsmanship is amazing, the floral embroidery is truly mesmerizing. It’s enough to take a look at the illusion panels, which really took up for the name and difficult to say where the illusion ends and the body starts.
The accessories are on point too. The lace up and strappy sandals are a great Edwardian, also edgy additions to the otherwise sweet dresses. I’m not sure how hard is to put them on or walk in them, but they look great nonetheless. But the real cherry on the top (of the icing) is the delicate wreath diadems and belts that make the experience even more wonderful. I mean what princess would refuse to wear any of these?
Truly breathtaking. Literally, I’m officially out of words… 🙂
Photos via vogue.com