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At first glance, the Fall/winter 2015/16 couture collection from Kaviar Gauche seems quite traditional, but when you take a closer look, you can see how the designs are actually a smart reinterpretation of conventional concepts. Designers Johanna Kühl and Alexandra Fischer-Roehler take classic elements like flowers, feathers and lace, along with noble materials like chiffon, organza and silk tulle to create a collection of light, ethereal dresses that do not rely on traditional bridal or evening wear standards.
Flowers are applied extensively to create textures and dynamic floral panels in long transparent dresses. Lace appliqués make symmetrical compositions that cover the body in all the right places. Separates with loose cuts and simple details bring an effortless feel to some of the looks.
The nymphs of the mountains that gather in William-Adolphe Bouguereau's painting, "Les Oreades"
, was the initial inspiration for a collection of couture dresses that seems fit for a goddess. Or maybe for everyone who wishes to be one.