Inspired by the remake of The Great Gatsby, the Badgley Mischka Resort 2013 collection is tailored for the starlets of the 1920s. Androgynous bombshells like Mia Farrow and Carey Mulligan also provided visual inspiration for this stunning series.
Known for their extravagant evening wear, Mark Badgley and James Mischka decide to go for a more simplified silhouette this time around, opting for slinky sheath gowns and curve-hugging cocktail dresses. Despite the lack of opulent beading, the leg-barring cuts and delicate necklines provide the right amount of subtle seduction.
The Badgley Mischka Resort 2013 collection starts off with elegant black and white ensembles dominating the runway. The figure-hugging black mesh cocktail dress with the gold stitched bodice is a true knock-out in this first half. The collection closes off with ravishing reds and cascading floral gowns flowing across the runway.
The Badgley Mischka Resort 2013 Collection is Seductive Yet Subtle
1. Simplified Silhouette - Opportunities for designers to create sleek, form-fitting garments with subtle accents.
2. Subtle Seduction - Innovation in delicate necklines and leg-baring cuts that provide seduction without being too revealing.
3. Black and White Dominance - Exploration of monochromatic themes in evening wear for a sophisticated and versatile look.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry can capitalize on the trend of simplified yet seductive evening wear with unique design accents.
2. Luxury Retail - Luxury retailers have the opportunity to offer monochromatic ensembles with delicate embellishments for a timeless and sophisticated look.
3. Event Planning - Event planners can incorporate black and white themes in décor and attire for a chic and modern event design.