Design duo Lubov & Max Azria rewind the clock to 19th century Barcelona with their architecturally inspired fall collection, modeled after La Sagrada Familia church. Decorative art with gothic persuasion is this Romanesque structure, constructed by famed architect Antoni Gaudi.
For beauty, models hair were side-parted and slicked back into two twists, eyes bronzed with pigmented shadow, face contoured with sun-kissed powder and lips painted in a chestnut hue, while nails were short and glossed with golden-beige polish.
Bandage dresses featured in pastel and Spring bloom colors: flesh pink and pale grey bustier dresses, long sleeve multicolored bird print mini dresses, studded cage dresses in ebony and teal, shredded dresses with muted Swarovski crystals, naked and bronzed sequins dresses, and a see-through embellished and zippered caplet top dress.
Striking outerwear included a bright polychromatic oversized bomber jacket with matching dress and a shaggy shearling coat, and fancy footwear was smoldering in Dominatrix-evoking strappy boots and shoes.
[Event presented by Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week]
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