“Paris Couture Fashion Week has come to an end.
Naturally, we all were thirsty in anticipation of a storming final and here it comes!
Zuhair Murad luxury fashion house has appeared on the catwalk with a collection of magnificent pieces. This Lebanese designer is known as one of the celebrity’s favorites to make a furor and make the media talk about them endlessly. We accept it with open hearts: Zuhair solves the problem with total two hundred per cent. His majestic, costly creations have turned Jennifer Lopez, Eva Longoria, Catherine Zeta Jones and others into fashion icons representing the beauty and sophistication of a woman’s body at its best.
Every time Zuhair arranges a runway show, we hurry to think this is the edge of perfection; nothing better will ever be made on earth. Yet we are again mistaken! Today’s Zuhair Murad Couture fall/winter 2015-2016 fashion show again proved him extremely talented with the most delicate sense of style.
Have you ever felt the magic of a starry night? Yes, it is gorgeous allowing you appreciate all the beautiful trifles with a new taste. To enhance the upcoming reforming impression Murad turned the hall of Le Palais de Tokyo into a starry night sky.
Everyone is thrilled and positively prompted: time has arrived for the great event to take place. And here steps the first princess of the night in a short black “starry” evening gown, which has this extremely gorgeous black royal mantle. Then unbelievably splendid black long, short gowns with formidable quantities of glitter and gloss come into view making everyone jealous of the models who wear them. This time luxury was taken to its greatest extent by adding all sumptuous details to the looks.
The Zuhair Murad Couture fall 2015 collection is here to please any palate with colors, shapes, forms, level of candidness and morality. Art is accepted in accordance with diverse principles and looking from all angles of view. The collection, as we think, will top any imagery lists of majesty. There are pieces covering the whole body, yet allowing it to ray out from inside. The never-ending long legs of the women were prolonged by crazy classic pumps, creating that boundless glory of a woman.
We have fallen for the overalls of the line. It is a way of combining comfort, beauty and style, and showing that a gown is not the only way of expressing feminine nature at its best. For a wider choice the designer made “sister” pieces from the same or similar hues and fabric with differing shapes and length. The royalty touch was enhanced by fur cloaks and collars. The models had crowns on their heads literally ensuring they were queens.
Deep emerald green, red, rouge, sapphire blue, eggplant, violet, white, cream, black… Sounds like all the opulent jewel colors have been enumerated. Yet, they all were kept smooth with colder shades to let the details come to front. Look at the blue V-neck gown, deep turquoise green gown with open mid-chest, front high slit, embellished with a thin silver belt or the blue dress with one leg showing off with full length. Women’s silhouette could not be indicated any better.
Makeup artists and hairdressers were certainly chosen among those with most dainty taste: the reserved slight touch to the natural beauty of the models and their romantic waves put a final touch to the goddess looks of the models.
Talking about the Zuhair Murad Couture, the grand finale with a huge wedding gown is the most anticipated piece. We are once again fascinated by the milky color, unbelievable handwork of millions of precious glittering stones, the righteous reserved composure of the dress that recreates our brightest imagery of the fairy tale princess wedding gown. Her veil covers a whole universe of mysteries and makes her the most adorable bride ever.
We are left speechless with all this majesty, pomp and splendor. Zuhair Murad proved one of the most genuine talents of our times creating timeless pieces. After the show even the most skeptical men will agree on this vindicated statement: “Who run the world? – Girls!” | NIKA GRIGORYAN
BY | M A R I E J O L I E