From Prada to Versace and Girogio Armani to Christian Dior, the world’s most iconic fashion labels came out in force at this year’s Milan Fashion Week with a wide variety of SWAROVSKI-infused designs.
In what’s shaping up to be a meteoric season for SWAROVSKI, designers paraded their upcoming Autumn/Winter collections and exhibited an eclectic range of historical themes from the Byzantine SWAROVSKI cross at the heart of one Versace piece, to the Rococo overtones of Balmain Paris’ collection.
Moroccan-born Israeli fashion designer, Alber Elbaz created a powerful and opulent sleeveless dress for Lanvin Paris with some particularly extravagant SWAROVSKI. This contrasted with the more modest scattering of crystals in Nina Ricci’s ladylike day-wear.
Following Nina Ricci’s lead, the design below from Giorgio Armani also opted for a chic day-wear style, peppered with SWAROVSKI Flat Back crystals, while Miuccia Prada’s piece showed off bold colour mixes with an asymmetric assortment of SWAROVSKI encrusted broaches.
From haute couture to high-street fashion, SWAROVSKI can add glamour to all levels of fashion. To find out more, visit Stephen Arnold SWAROVSKI Wholesale and start adding new elements to your designs…
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