Vera Wang Fall/2012 Womens Ready-to-Wear Collection

 Vera was the youngest ever Vogue fashion editor and stylist where she remained for 16 years before moving to Ralph Lauren as a design director. In 1990, Vera Wang opened her flagship store on Manhattan’s famed Madison Avenue, introducing fashion to the bridal industry with revolutionary designs and refined detailing.
 Opposites (black and white, structure and flou) are reconciled in grey. Grey, at once industrial and poetic: hard as steel, dove-soft.
Illuminated with flashes of color, sparkling ornamentation, an engineered architectural print, the achromatic granite-toned scale throws the textures of sculpted wools, solid felts, and cowled chiffons into relief.
A sensual silhouette long, narrow, leggy extending from a high neckline. caught at peplumed hips. Clothing as sanctuary: The body protectively enveloped in the soft armor of a fitted sheath, the sharp discipline of fencing- inspired jackets, the structured carapace of a coat. The female form revealed by smoky transparencies that allow a glimpse of skin and of delicate lingerie not meant to be hidden, but seen.

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