Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Boston Fashion Week 2012: Luke Aaron

     The Luke Aaron show was all about feminine shapes inspired by 50s silhouettes accompanied by pleats and draping influenced by Japanese origami. The construction of every piece was exquisite, using organza, chiffon, and satin in the most romantic dresses, bustiers, and skirts. Each sculpted top had as many intricate folds as a paper crane and every bow was crisp and perfect. The most stunning gown was towards the end of the show, however not the final look. A fitted, trumpet wedding gown with lace overlay and a delicate satin belt at the waist earned swooning from the audience. Aaron also introduced the Fleet Street Bag, in fake crocodile and basket-weave embossed leather, handmade in Massachusetts. The beauty look was simple and elegant with minimal makeup and sleek, low ponytails that were right on trend.


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