It’s the weekend and we’re allowed to loose ourselves in fantasies about gorgeous haute couture gowns fit for a princess – the parisian kind.
La Métamorphose collection for fall and winter is dreamy and seductive, just like the two designer sisters, Ewa Gawkowską and Margaret Szczęsną Marek writes in their own design manifesto: “La Métamorphose was created with the passion to create beauty and desire to capture femininity in its highest form. When visiting Paris while we were children, we observed the elegance and the nobility of the female outfit” and this became the mission of creating a high fashion brand combining their love for art, design with creative imagination and magic style.
The collection – produced in the parisien ateliers – is named “Belles de Lune” and concists of 15 looks in gold, whites, blood reds and black tulles embroidered with pearls.
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With soft movement and sensual transparency of the equisite materials the collection is pure feminine magic and mystery, inspired by the luxuries of french culture and the ideal femme.
The collection for fall and winter 2020/21 we noted the masks worn by the models in the photos. Clearly they are not meant to be protective masks you should wear to protect from spreading the corona virus, but rather to catch the zeitgeist and prove that fashion – even in it’s most exclusive form can no longer excist in a vacuum.
The editorial spread was shot by Greg Alexander with the dreamlike Château d’Amboiseas a backdrop.