The collection, the second pre-fall offering from Luca Luca, emphasized construction but done with simplicity, featuring origami-pleated waistlines, rounded shoulders, asymmetrical draping, as well as details like delicate floral and branch motif embroidery evoking a Japanese landscape. A muted color palette of rust, steel blue, cream and heather gray gave the collection a feeling of serenity.
Luxurious touches included sable trims, wool fabrics with an open weave, forming a delicate burnout effect and stingray belts.
Texture was also key, such as boucle wool or a nubby silver acrylic coat lined with silk, or beadwork and embroidery.
The result: Lady-like, but not fussy, the kind of clothes that would appeal to women across zip codes, whether she lives uptown or downtown what Luca Luca does best.Bikin fashion, Beauty girl, Girl Beauty, Bikini girl, gai xinh, Fashion Designers