On one of the few breezy mornings that this year’s PFW had, just feet from the Arc de triomphe de l’Étoile, in the historical Parisian theater hall, Salle Wagram, the house of Ungaro showed its newest collection for Spring 2012. Without Giles Deacon, but with abstract floral prints inspired by NASA aerial images. It all added up in the end to a very beautiful Spring/Summer collection, with a lovely color palette, some interesting details, and feminine shapes. Does it sound too generic for your tastes? While it didn’t bring forth any ground-breaking revelations about life and/or fashion, it was a more than adequate collective effort from the still struggling house of Ungaro. With some very wearable pieces, and, again, wonderful colors even an anti-summer-fashion person, such as myself, wouldn’t mind seeing a few of these in the closet.
After some very tiresome days, a demin shirt (D&G) with a little-black-skirt (Ekyog) was all I could muster up for the morning. But hey, at least I was wearing some fancy shoes 🙂
As for the shoes, these Theyskens’ theory velvet beauties need no introduction.
But enought about me, for once, let’s see the collection! Warning, plenty of photos to follow.
Looking forward to hearing about your favourites!