The collection for next spring-summer 2013 Ana Locking called The Talk, in honor of a fictional conversation between Marilyn Monroe and Jackie Kennedy in the sixties representing the two opposite poles: the sensuality against decency, instability, grief against the resistance and strength. This collection is torn between the restraint and daring that point, in a challenging game of contrasts and balances. A collection sinuous, elegant, feminine, with that point transgressor who always has the designer.
Pencil skirt versus pants
The pencil skirt is the main protagonist of the collection. A skirt that brings out the best feminine curves and shines with belted waist, blouses and big collars, finishing with a subtle bass wheel. A soberly femininity: Marilyn meets Jackie.
Less frequent than other times, but Anna also repeated cropped tailored jackets and high waist pants in this collection.
And extremely feminine dresses are superimposed in two layers, transparencies and back necklines. Flyers are light, giving that great sinuosity to garments, without disturbing, or excessive. No use in folk embers flywheel.
The motifs and patterns that decorate the clothes come straight from the flora and fauna of the jungle, and among them, the animal print Anna gets cleaned everything to make classic and edgy vulgarity based colors and stamp it on pindeladas blurry.
Granting the latest trends come from the hand of the tail hems and peplums.
Full stop for accessories
To all these we have called attention to the great necklaces, made with resin and coral, and therefore extremely delicate and only used for the parade. For now, I inform you, not for sale.
They have also been annotated with Roman sandals mountaineering ropes made, like belts and some collars.
The night is colored white and black, and becomes terribly sexy.
To finish, I left with a great line of the press release indicating considerable foresight:
One of the hardest things to do in fashion is to think that the future lies in the interpretation of what has been done in the past and the latter is more difficult to forget the past. "
Ana Locking reinterprets silhouettes from decades past, but the modern attractively ago. A collection round, which achieves the difficult point between commerciality and artistic design.
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