Nightingale Embroideries by Paolo Sebastian

By Hidden Scrapbook | 2015/11/11 - 09:01:35


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Paul Vasileff is the young designer behind the label Paolo Sebastian and he almost broke the internet a few months ago with his Spring/Summer 2015/16 couture collection. And you can understand why when you actually see it.

The collection is an enchanting mixture of old styles. Very classic A-line skirts and plunging necklines meet in a very different combination of elaborate embroideries, detailed beadings and long metallic fringing.

The embroidered panels play with the female shape to create¬†meticulous¬†designs inspired by the delicate nightingale bird. They are a true work of art. 
Paolo Sebastian Couture Spring/Summer 2015/16
Paolo Sebastian
Paolo Sebastian Couture Spring/Summer 2015/16
Paolo Sebastian
Paolo Sebastian Couture Spring/Summer 2015/16
Paolo Sebastian
Paolo Sebastian Couture Spring/Summer 2015/16
Paolo Sebastian
Paolo Sebastian Couture Spring/Summer 2015/16
Paolo Sebastian
Paolo Sebastian Couture Spring/Summer 2015/16
Paolo Sebastian
Paolo Sebastian Couture Spring/Summer 2015/16
Paolo Sebastian
Paolo Sebastian Couture Spring/Summer 2015/16
Paolo Sebastian
Paolo Sebastian Couture Spring/Summer 2015/16
Paolo Sebastian
Paolo Sebastian Couture Spring/Summer 2015/16
Paolo Sebastian
Paolo Sebastian Couture Spring/Summer 2015/16
Paolo Sebastian
Paolo Sebastian Couture Spring/Summer 2015/16
Paolo Sebastian
Paolo Sebastian Couture Spring/Summer 2015/16
Paolo Sebastian
Paolo Sebastian Couture Spring/Summer 2015/16
Paolo Sebastian
Paolo Sebastian Couture Spring/Summer 2015/16
Paolo Sebastian

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