Zuhair Murad

TITLE Paris: This season, Zuhair Murad had all the pretty elements necessary to make for an utterly desirable assortment of garments. Lace fit-and-flare dresses …


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Paris: This season, Zuhair Murad had all the pretty elements necessary to make for an utterly desirable assortment of garments. Lace fit-and-flare dresses were encrusted with cabochons and jewels, densely sequined blooms lent modesty to sheer bodices, and supple silk velvet gave full-length gowns the perfect amount of slink. The opening look, featuring a floor-sweeping cape in black velvet, set a tone of dark, moody romance — a key theme for FW 12 couture collections. —Anna Jane Davis

Silhouette: Slim + Slinky / Fit-and-flare

Color:  Black / White / Cranberry / Vermillion / Pale Yellow / Teal / Purple

Key Items:  Lace fit-and-flare dress / Plunging neckline gown / Velvet cape

Materials: Velvet / Lace / Tulle / Silk Satin / Chiffon

Print + Pattern: Watercolor florals

Details + Trim: Sequins / Floral embroidery

Accessories + Footwear: Open-toe, lace-up booties

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