Yesterday, at Tadashi Shoji's show, it was Parisian-meets-Orient -- a fusion of beauty, history and innovation. The designer's visual statement channeled the Shanghai Golden Age -- indeed, the garments heralded craft, precision and color, referencing past, present, and future.
The collection was a wonder of decidedly decadent fabrics, including lace, chiffon, velvet and silk -- and the silhouettes offered up unique shape variations, including drop waist dresses and column gowns.
The key colors were seagrass, hazel, black/marina, ginseng, flame-red, gold and nude -- as a side note, seagrass also appeared on the BCBG runway. Of course, it's a little too soon to tell, but we're definitely predicting a major trend with this fresh IT color.
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Images courtesy of ELLE.COM