Rubin Singer’s Serpent Queen: the lookbook you need to see today

Borrowing inspiration from the powerful pharaoh queens of Ancient Egypt, Rubin Singer’s spring / summer 2014 collection manages to encapsulate old world luxury, just as it’s being reinterpreted from an entirely new perspective. Hatsheput, Nefertiti and Cleopatra are the female rulers to have influenced the collection with their mystery and beauty, attributes materialized in the feminine silhouettes and intricate draping.

Precious hand made fabrics, sophisticated metallic hues, alongside the sharp tailoring, the sexy cutouts and the delicate play on asymmetry helped translate the seductively dangerous attitude of what would be the modern day serpent queen. Envisioned as to stand out and make a lasting impression, each of the silhouettes is built upon unexpected elements fusing the bold cuts with exquisite embellishments.

Striving to create the perfect balance between femininity and poise, the ready to wear segment of the collection is set to bring forward the relaxed and refined styles, while the evening wear is envisioned to intrigue and incite with its sophisticated and structured silhouettes.

You can see all of the Rubin Singer spring / summer 2014 collection by clicking on a thumbnail on the left. From there you can browse through each of the pictures from the collection.