Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Fashion Show Review: La Petite Robe di Chiara Boni

La Petitie Robe, designed by Chiara Boni is an elegant yet wearable brand that was founded in 2007. Since the 1980's Chiara herself has been living a lifestyle centered on traveling the world. She developed this brand inspired by her own life, for both women of leisure and the professional world that will fit their variety of needs. Chiara Boni's clothing, made of unique stretch fabrics are perfect for folding up and fit into small spaces. The great aspect of her fabric and silhouette choices is that any body type can find items from her collections to suit their figure! The latest collection was shown over the weekend at Lincoln Center and once again fit the ideals of what the brand stands for. Major thanks to Amy Koum for covering this show for me, including photographing her favorite looks and writing her thoughts on the collection and show! 

I have seen many shows this season but nothing spoke to me like the fabulous La Petite Robe di Chiara Boni show. The classic Italian music had set the mood for a lovely romantic show. There were so many pieces that I wanted to have in my own personal collection. What was very practical about this show was how transnational so many pieces were. They were versatile for any season and most of the day looks could easily be turned into evening looks effortlessly. All of the evening wear had very lovely detailing. It's been a while since I've seen very well made dresses that would be flattering on any woman. The cuts and draping really embraced the essence of the modern women. It's very pleasing to see a timeless look that's still appealing within modern timing. The hair and makeup were beautiful and allowed each girls beauty to be seen. Who they were wasn't hidden from the world at all. At the end of the day this show was fabulous! From the music to the fabulous pieces to the amazing PR team being so active on social media this show was a success. I'm so excited to see what this brand has in store for it's future seasons.  

Photography and Review: Amy Koum

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