Very few designers are more famous for their ability to capture femininity; the Elie Saab Fall 2013 couture runway showed that Saab is still the master of the female body. Saab kept this collection truly feminine, with long, flowy dresses, jewels and opulent fabrics. The most interesting feature of this collection was the lack of combined colors.
Even though there were many different colors in the show, none of them were mixed on the same outfit. Tone on tone was used, providing a soft effect for the dresses. The models looked elegant with simple makeup and side-swept hair. The Ellie Saab Fall 2013 runway proved that Saab is still the master of the feminine form, and that color blocking is not needed in order to look fabulous.
Feminine Uni-Colored Couture
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The Elie Saab Fall 2013 Proved You Don’t Need to Mix Colors
By: Sarah St.Jules - Published: Jul 23, 2013 • References: style