Let's make the next summer bright and colorful, as we are about to view Catherine Malandrino Spring-Summer collection, which is inspired by the seaside escape's famed regatta, Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez, that's why you will find here lots of nautical theme fabrics and silhouettes. So, the next season is modern, youthful and sporty, offering us dusty blue, electric pink, white, cobalt and cherry colors. I personally love the ship print which was used as an allover print on dresses and skirts. Models appear in flattering jumpsuits, oversize knit jacquard sweaters, maxi looks, fresh nylon parkas, windbreakers, sporty separates and fluid skirts. I love that easy and relaxed feeling, which features almost every look.
I think everyone will admit, that Catherine Malandrino is well known designer for her sophisticated and alluring dresses. Today, I'd like to share with you her Autumn-Winter collection's lookbook, which is inspired by French Art Deco furniture designs of Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann. Lookbook features her signature dresses, glam outerwear and cool separates embroidered with guipure lace and crochet stitches. New cold season comes with elongated, clean silhouettes, light shapes and feminine yet practical aesthetic. My favorites from this collection are floor-length frocks, belted leather outerwear, curved-hem jackets, funnel-neck coats and black silk tulle cocktail dresses.
Catherine Malandrino presents her latest resort collection of women's chic, feminine and streamlined outfits. Here are showcased each city's strong sides, including New York's energy, Paris flawless style and Provence romance. New pre-spring collection features colorful womenswear designs that include chic separates and beautiful dresses. I love Catherine Malandrino's designs for its timeless, sophisticated and ultra-feminine appearance. There are couple of business style looks that can be used as a good choice for business meetings, yet the most part is taken by cocktail and evening outfits.
Geometric Shapes. Catherine Malandrino was inspired by French Art Deco furniture designs of Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann in the latest Autumn-Winter collection, so that you can see here lean lines and geometric shapes with crochet lace overlays. As designer says: "I wanted an elongated, clean silhouette, a light shape," and I think she made it just perfect. Models appeared in curved-hem jackets, draped jewel-tone silk gowns, hip-length leather puffers, pencil skirts, funnel-neck coats, lightweight burgundy leather coats, slouchy wool jogging pants, black silk tulle cocktail dresses, sky-high pumps.