Liz Malraux Design - Spring/Summer 2014

Hello my sweethearts,

did you enjoy my last post? Yes? Yes? Yes? Then I bet you are already very excited to read about the Liz Malraux Design fashion show Spring/Summer 2014.

What I especially love about fashion shows is apart from meeting interesting new people and the fashion event itself, I as blogger can check if the trends I have in my head and would set for the season agree with the designer's or not - because you know I don't follow every trend, I love to set my own ones by getting inspired from my surroundings - and what else she has because it can possibly inspire me, too.

This marvelous fashion show was divided in 12 parts, each one presenting one of the spring-summer trends 2014 à la Liz Malraux Design, one block of creations better than the other.

Excitedly awaiting the fashion show with my very best friend

Liz opened her fashion show with some of her works of abstract arts, she counts herself in. Which were a combination of soft pink and shades of grey, black and white. With them she wanted to show that it is the detail that matters in her fashion.
Get away from the ready-made clothing, is the motto of her couture designs.

Something noticeable in her collection was the exquisite made embroidery.


It went on as colorful, the cheeky stripes mustn't of course miss in this season, too. After they have greatly celebrated with white last year stripes are this year combined with the favorite colors of the summer e.g. blue or pink.


Stripes are cheeky and bring out the crazy, funny and good mood, but what about the coolness of summer? Black stays! Whoever claims that black would steal the light and warmth of summer doesn't seem to desire some cool-up. Because that's black is for the cool-up when it is getting too hot.
Black leather is highly asked in this season.


Talking about cool-up, a summer without holidays on the seaside is unimaginable for most of probably if not even all of us. That's something the designer Liz Malraux knows and awakens the romance of the 50s, 60s and 80s with the "new maritime" for a romantic holiday on the beach. Navy and white are combined with the romantic red and some fanciful cuts and pieces.


And of course the colors of the romantic sea and harbour-life mustn't miss on a romantic holiday on the seaside. Enjoy the navy look with some lightness in form of tulle.


An abstract artist like Liz Malraux belongs to the group expressionists. With her trademark, the crocodile leather, she sets the trend of the "new expressionism" and combines black with a noble drop champagne.




It is getting wild this season, Liz Malraux opens her safari this season again and combines it with the colours of crystals.


In this fashion show of Liz Malraux we had the honor to experience something completely new and unawaited: Denim! Noticeable about her version of the denim was its lightness, combined with white and the jeans couture which is called drained denim, which means that the jeans was finished so thin that it is comparable to lace.


"Felicitas essendi" is how Liz Malraux calls her pastel trend. Tender colors of lavendar, pink, yellow, blue and green are combined with white and never looked as good.


Continuing with tenderness, Liz shows how less is more with tender and discreet cuts. The tenderness was spread around the whole room.


The grand final of Liz Malraux's fashion show were the marvelous dresses which were even more a highlight with their breath-taking head piceses.


And for everyone who thought that was the end would have missed Liz' attraction which you only see on her show, a selection of her loyal customers introduced as her "no-age"-models presented their most favorite suits from their evening wardrobe.


My comclusion: Liz surpassed herself with her collection once again. It was full of surprises and breath-taking creations.


I hope you like it as much as I do, tomorrow all about the specials and aftershow-party.

Xoxo ♥ Johanna

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