Famous for her utterly feminine aesthetic that easily juxtaposes the most seductive of elements with a rare, distinct wearability, Luisa Beccaria stuck to her unique path for fall / winter 2013 and filled the runway with an array of delicate 1930s inspired gowns, almost floating with grace, evoking the beauty and refinement of a distant era.
Stumbling upon the works of the renown Cuban symbolist painter Federico Beltrán Masses, portraying the powerful women in Hollywood between the World Wars and finding the series of paintings particularly inspiring, the designer chose to impregnate her collection with a good dose of mystery and old Hollywood glamour.
Based on a palette of light blues, acid greens, gold and winter whites, Beccaria’s line up offered beautiful alternatives for day-wear, mirrored by the exquisite quality of a black and navy fitted tweed ensemble and the delicacy exuded by light cardigans worn over lace dresses, or tucked into high-waisted pants. For night, the see-through embroidered lace dresses, the metallic silk pleated gown or any of the breathtaking long-sleeved column numbers would suffice in turning romance into the most significant statement during the upcoming fall and winter.
You can see all of the Luisa Beccaria autumn (fall) / winter 2013 runway collection by clicking on a thumbnail on the left. From there you can browse through each of the pictures from the fashion show.
Photography by Imaxtree