The Future is Now

New York…BCBG Max Azria

The Futurism movement inspired Max and Lubov Azria. Over-scaled architectural shapes took form on dresses and coats in silhouettes that cocooned the body—but not in the soft manner seen in the past. These pieces were hard-edged, geometrically constructed silhouettes that sat away from the body like a crystallized shell. These protective voluminous shapes with the high shine panels in velvet and silk were paired with metallic tights in gunmetal and copper finishes. Shades of purple were seen in a spectrum ranging from aubergine to ash violet, while splashes of emerald and moss green appeared on dresses.


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