PFW: INGIE Paris Spring Summer 2017
INGIE Paris presented Spring Summer 2017 collection during the recently wrapped up Paris Fashion Week. Inspired by the works of Wassily Kandinsky and Victor Vasarely, the now collection is made for a woman who fully embraces her femininity, and the power of her beauty.
Deceptively fragile, the INGIE Paris woman wraps herself in golden chiffon, shrouding herself in golden light as a subliminal vision. Ingie sculpts the material in a way where a lamé jersey reveals the precise line of the body as if through a sunny haze. Whilst hints of transparency offer the choice of freedom in a day and age where women are coming to power. Printed geometric patterns on organza come in opposition to dresses with the softest lines – as light as the wings of a dragonfly. Inspired by the works of Wassily Kandinsky, or Victor Vasarely, this sleek pattern, magnifies the curve of the body, while rendering it all the more exquisite. – from Ingie Paris
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