Nieves Álvarez, muse of fall / winter collection Stéphane Rolland Haute Couture, opens and closes the parade in Paris.
Hieratic figure inspired by Velázquez, as a real Infanta, Stephane Rolland women printed as if a trace of ink it were, the essence of their identity. Clad in black or wrapped in dark blue, the silhouette is minimal, Sensual and noble. Notable pleated collars, graphics, fault in traditional white perch on the bust like a sculpture.
Satin black modules emerge torso, kaleidoscopes translucent dot skirt satin blue ocean, rodhoide flames in black lacquered curls escaping from a bark of gazar and indigo blue vinyl interlocking body. This body, protected, modest and immodest, veiled and revealed mosaic tulle or chiffon.
Pants tube is inserted under gowns. The flaps of tuxedos, recurring theme in the collections of Stéphane Rolland placed in a neck or legs providing pace with the march cadence.
Finally, Unique but essential accessories, belts mirror glass reflect light rays of the black silhouettes. En total rigor, the cut is firm, strict but at the same time voluptuous. Balanced and measured, the silhouette is austere but terribly sexy Winter in this collection where femininity was never so carried to the point of paroxysm.
In this fervent homage to Spain he could not miss the accompaniment of a gypsy zapateado by flamenco dancer, Rafael Amargo. Among the Spanish guests they have highlighted Tamara Falcó, Estephane dressed by Rolland, Carmen Lomana y Elena Benarroch.