Saturday, 27 April 2013

'Sicily de Luxe' LA PERLA Beachwear Ad-Campaign

The fascinating beauty of Sicily’s landscape becomes the main theme of the SS 2013 Beachwear collection.

Multi-coloured tiles and tapestries lend their patterns to the prints. Traditional laces play a new role next to smock stitches and draping while ajours discover a new beachwear dimension. A mixture of elegance, warmth and imagination in every detail for a couture Mediterranean style.

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LoL, Andrea 

Horizontal stripes in Lycra producing a knitwear effect: a navy-chic flavour with that special touch of macramè applications and contrasting finishes. The novel touch of ecru lace in a beachwear dimension is combined with Lycra in contrasting colours. The costumes sparkle with light thanks to the Swarovski crystals.

Bright stucco-work is the dominant theme for the printed costumes and garments that recall the elegance of Baroque mansions, especially when they are in the “exclusive” versions enhanced by embroidery and cockades in gros grain ribbing. The colours and patterns of the Caltagirone ceramics have inspired a “majolica” print; an old 19th Century tapestry affords on a more up-to-date appeal thanks to a combination with plain coloured panels and finishes in the form of silk laces.

“Sculptural” costumes and bikinis attract attention thanks to special drapes, ajour piercings and smock stitch-work executed entirely by hand. Black and gold, an exceptional double act for three amazing garments created in braided ribbon and embroidered with pink gold coloured thread: a one-piece swimsuit, a top and a long gown.

Selections by ANDREA JANKE Finest Accessories 

Photo Credit/Source: LA PERLA Lingerie

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