Designers Max Azria and Domenico Vacca take a seductive approach to their respective women's collections for Fall 2009 as seen on the runways during the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York.
Max Azria showed an impressive collection of 35 looks for Fall 2009 that focused on "the ethereal seduction of the dark side" featuring a color palette of black, charcoal, grey, dark teal, plum, forest green, olive, mustard, and cream.
The Fall 2009 collection deftly incorporates the use of black leather as well as sensual mesh, lace, jersey, chiffon, velvet, crepe, and silk georgette for his collection of bralettes, corsets, dresses, skirts, bodysuits, tunics, jackets, coats, and gowns.
He opened the show with his first model taking to the runway wearing a Black Mesh Sculpted Jacket shown with a Black Lace Bralette, Black Lace Pencil Skirt, Black Ultrasuede Legging, Fatigue Leather Glove, and Black Ankle Boot that set the mood for the show.
Designs by Max Azria
A few of his dress highlights included a Cream Jersey Dress, Cream Embroidered Lace Bodysuit, Black Elastic Belts, Black Ultrasuede Legging, Black Leather Fold-over Clutch, and Black Ankle Boot; a Mustard Jersey Mini Dress paired with a Black Knit Bodysuit, Black Ultrasuede Legging, and Black Ankle Boot; a Black Lace One-Shoulder Dress with Black Elastic Belts, Black Knit Bodysuit, Black Ultrasuede Legging, Fatigue Leather Glove, and Black Ankle Boot; and a Dark Teal Velvet Mini Dress with Lace Bodysuit, Black Ultrasuede Legging, and Black Ankle Boot.
Max Azria gowns included an Olive Crepe Embroidered Gown shown with a Black Knit Bodysuit, Black Ultrasuede Legging, and Black Ankle Boot; Plum Jersey Gown with a Black Leather Turn-lock Belt, Black Knit Bodysuit, Black Ultrasuede Legging, Black Velvet Beaded Fold-over Clutch, and Black Ankle Boot; and a Grey Jersey Gown with a Black Leather Turn-lock Belt, Black Knit Bodysuit, Black Ultrasuede Legging, Black Leather Glove, and Black Ankle Boot. He closed out the show with a model wearing his Black Silk Georgette Embroidered Gown with Black Knit Bodysuit, Black Ultrasuede Legging, and Black Ankle Boot.
Designs by Maz Azria
Look for one-shoulder and asymmetrical designs, embroidery embellishments, fold-over clutches, ultrasuede zippered leggings, platform boots in ankle and knee high lengths, and turn-lock leather belts from Max Azria for Fall 2009.
For Designer Domenico Vacca, Fall 2009 brings seductively sophisticated elegance with jeweled waistlines, beaded shoulders, and fanciful and geometric appliqués for his collection of dresses, gowns, pants, and daringly sheer blouses paired with pencil skirts, and pants. He uses an earth tone color palette of rust, cranberry, chocolate, and black, and sizzles the collection with splashes of plum and iridescent looks.
The collection focuses on the little details that make a big impact on the total look; a cranberry mini dress featured a seductive glimpse of skin above the bodice and a plunging back and was paired with knee high black boots; a black long sleeve jersey dress featured a row of varying sized diamond appliqués from the shoulder to the hem; a coat featured lotus-root like appliqués at the lapel, and dresses were opulently embedded with jeweled bodices, jeweled shoulders, and wide jeweled waistlines.
Designs by Domenico Vacca
Gown highlights included a form fitting silk chocolate brown belted mermaid gown with plunging vee with appliqués on the skirt that looked like lotus-root details; a one-shoulder iridescent gown with squares of dark chocolate, silver, and copper; and a long sleeve iridescent gown with deep plunging back.
Designs by Domenico Vacca
As always, remember, that when it comes to fashion, it is not only about what you wear, it is also how you wear it! Know your own style and have a fashionable season!
For information on Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York or other Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week International shows, please visit the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week website at: www.MBFashionWeek.com.
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