New York Fashion Week is the talk of the country right now. In September, all of the top designers from around the world come in and showcase the designs that they will be available for that next spring. By watching the NYFW you can see where the color palates and trend will be in the next six months that will influence not only the fashion world but will be felt through all the design industries. So in light of what the fashion industry has to offer in the coming months, we are drawing comparisons to what we will be showcased in the Aria galleries the coming months.
Delpozo is the Spanish design firm that is headed by the multitalented Jesus Del Pozo. He spoke to Womens Wear Daily and said he was inspired by Federico Garcia Lorca’s “Gypsy Ballads” and Emilie Flöge, the fashion-loving muse of Gustav Klimt. Yet no literal Spanish flamboyance or Wiener Werkstätte here. Instead, he took his audience on a couturelike dream of rich imagination, inventive constructions and remarkable craftsmanship.
This would also accurately describes the Aquamarine marble that will that be in Aria in December. The light blue color isn’t something that we have seen in a marble and the navy blue lines are completely unique. It is a rich dream-like slab that shares a similar shaped veining as the constructed shapes of the Delpozo couture.
Naeem Khan has become a staple on every red carpet for the past few years and with this dress it is no wonder. The three dimensional nature of this fabric makes this simple dress look like armor and yet entirely feminine. I would be shocked not to see this dress on someone for the Oscars.
Our Matrix 3D granite is a stone that could be a “magic eye” painting. The field is truly 3 dimensional. The silver and grey tones warp the mind and almost creates movement. The sparkle in this slab almost seems unnatural or from another world. Matrix 3D has actually just arrived in the Dallas showroom and you sure wouldn’t want to miss it.
The great late Oscar de la Renta company lives on with a fully elegant and sophisticated line of suits, dresses and wears that would grace the wardrobe of only the highest of society woman. The Skirt suit shown is the decadent, structure suit with delicate black embroidery.
Like the suit above the Red fusion is a strong red quartzite with delicate black veining that swirls through the slab. If anyone of you has visited the Dallas show room you will notice this material from the office desk except this new bundle coming in looks to be a deeper red. Much like the De La Renta, it is sophisticated and bold and only those with great taste will know how to best use it.
Rodarte is best know for their feminine lacy almost lingerie inspired clothes. Their Spring 2016 line has these elements with a darker side. They used blacks and rust to compliment the victorian lace in this dress above. Although the shape of this dress is feminine the color pattern and styling makes it a very strong look
Our Zebrino Black and Gold is an exact match to this dress with one key difference it is a black field that is brushed with tones of white and rust to give it a unique and edgy glow. Like the dress although it may come off bold with the correct styling it can really turn into a interesting piece that can cross styles.