Georges Chakra F/W 2010.11 Haute Couture (Collections)

Although Alber Elbaz' work at Lanvin is currently my most favorite - specifically the Fall-Winter 2010.11 c. Georges Chakra Fall-Winter 2010.11 Haute Couture collection and show in Paris was absolutely charming. The grace and elegance in his design and aesthetic is what speaks to me - so confidently. I adore the draping, the repetition of folds and shapes, the use of color to create ambiance and atmosphere, the asymmetry, the dégradé effect in the luxurious velvet fabrics creates a pleasing iridescence, I especially love Chakra's signature use of pleated tulle. There are many new and intriguing silhouettes that are rarely seen on the runways, also a sculptural element within the garments. This collection is truly inspiring vision.

Static images can only 'say' so much, view the full show. Stunning!

Black satin, asymmetrical dress, highlighted with sequined bands.
Iridescent emerald-green strapless dress with asymmetrical bow. 
Iridescent emerald-green strapless gown, draped side slit.

Glossy brown belted dress with side-shawl draping.
These Finale gowns are gorgeous:
Cracked gold strapless gown, draping on the side, stylized asymmetrical bow.
Iridescent red lamé, draping detail on bust, side draping.
Iridescent plum  gown. held by shawl-like strap.
Black pleated tulle sheath gown asymmetrical neckline with tulle & sequined train.
White draped tulle bustier, black tulle and sequins skirt.

Image(s) courtesy of www.firstView.com
Source for dress description, www.georgeschakra.com


  1. dreaming
    Love your post , always following

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  2. these are really cool. love the 2nd and 3rd photos.



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