TRIBAL BLUE

VOGUE AUSTRALIA APRIL 2014

M ABBEY LEE KERSHAW / S CHRISTINE CENTENERA / P GILLES BENSIMON

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TRIBAL BLUE

spring 2011|boudoir dressing

While the rise in temperatures typically correlates with the decrease of clothing, this spring season was full of styles inspired by a woman’s most stripped-down garments. From slips to bras and corsets, designers took cues from the bedroom for strong day and evening looks. Sandy Wasserman|Elle

(From Top to Bottom)

The Everyday Nightie
Big designers showed dresses that closely resemble the typical nightgown.

Left|Stella McCartney/Middle|Ralph Lauren/Right|Valentino

Corset Craze
We have Lady Gaga to thank for making the pantsless corseted look a suitable option for daywear.

Left|Dolce&Gabanna/Middle|Jean Paul Gaultier/Right|Rochas

Risqué Robes
Feminine minis adopted the wrapped style of kimono robes.

Left|Reed Krakoff/Middle|Lutz/Right|L’Wren Scott

Given the Slip (Dress)
Designers sensed a trend towards minimal eveningwear this season, and came up with luxurious yet effortless gowns made of satin and transparent chiffon.

Left|Ruffian/Middle|Thakoon/Right|Narciso Rodriguez

Peek-a-Boo Bras
Proenza Schouler and Rag & Bone enlisted the help of master lingerie designer Jean Yu to create bras for their collections meant to show through dresses and tops.

Left|Rag&Bone/Middle|Proenza Schouler/Right|Roland Mouret

 

spring 2011|boudoir dressing