Summary: This was an exciting first year for Binetti to hit the Mercedes Benz tents. The first year at the Lincoln Center could be almost like a good luck charm. The dramatic statement pieces caused a stir amongst the crowd, showcasing Diego Binetti's line of glamour and elegance.
Using the earth as inspiration, the collection of gowns, caftans and afghans create an ethereal quality that many have never seen before. Also using detailed beading and embroidery, special touches are added to each ensemble that can only be fully experienced first-hand.
Color Palette: rose, gold, pink, white, beige, bronze, tan, yellow, silver, blue, black, taupe, gray, olive
Fabrics & Textures: silk, chiffon, organza, velvet, tulle
Key Looks: silk frosted print asymmetrical two-tiered dress blue raw edge silk chiffon ruffles over delicately embroidered tulle with gold beaded aqua belt and german silver bronze marble inlay fish broaches; white silk tulle gown, asymmetrical necklace encrusted crystal back strap silk cherry blossom appliques; raw silk sand ripple printed dress waves of organza petals white beige shell encrusted sleeves
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Tags: 15th Century, Binetti, Botlcelli, colors, designer, fabrics, fashion show, Frescos, key looks, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, NYFW, Piero Della Francesca, Renaissance, review, runway, tadashi shoji, Taneisha Jordan, textures