Hey Everyone! I hope you have all been well and that you can’t wait to see what the designers at VFW 2016 were dazzling audiences with. Some of you might know that I’ve been anticipating Noe Bernacelli’s show this season! He is a Peruvian designer who studied in Italy. I’m currently working on close to 17 posts that will be featuring the designers who showcased their collections at Vancouver Fashion Week this season, and who’s shows I attended. I also couldn’t resist putting up this post about Noe’s collection because I’ve been so excited to share what I got to see last week, with all of you.
I became an instant fan of his designs at VFW F/W 2015 when I saw his floor length evening gowns that were sheer in all the right places. I felt as though he was channeling Elie Saab, and to see gowns with an incredible amount of detail in person, stole my breath away. This season Noe Bernacelli didn’t disappoint (although I miss seeing those evening gowns), with his 7.2.7 collection that lead him in a new direction that can be described as modern, while embodying the daring female spirit.
“This collection featured applications of crochet, lace, feathers, semiprecious stones, silk fringes, and leather are the protagonist of this innovative concept. The main colours were yellow citron, fuchsia and gold.”
Now if you’re curious for a mini runway report: The models wore their hair slicked back, with subtle makeup- and my friends and I kept being reminded of Balmain, and Chanel throughout the show. The tassels on the garments, and the see through factor amped up this collection. Loved every minute of the show.
“Noe is presenting a new era in which the romantic woman has liberated to embrace a darker, sensual and commanding version of herself”. Noe Bernacelli