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Irina Vitjaz FW17

Irina Vitjaz FW17 was a sold out runway show during New York Fashion Week. The showcase was a series of evening and bridal floor length balls gowns with pleated and voluminous hemlines. The way the lighting bounced off the shiny fabrics brought attention to its embellishments and dark and bright shades. The shiny fabrics were also incorporated with metallic details, large bows and sequins. The collection had captivating prints and color in lilac and neutral pastels. with a touch of floral. I enjoyed the asymmetrical necklines on some of the dresses.  It was an embodiment of elegance that was clean, flowing and feminine, displaying Vitjaz‘s refined craftsmanship and creativity.

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