Vera Wang

Vera Unveiled




This Just In: Fall 2012 RTW


Opposites (black and white, structure and flou) are reconciled in grey. Grey, at once industrial and poetic: hard as steel, dove-soft.

Illuminated with flashes of color, sparkling ornamentation, an engineered architectural print, the achromatic granite-toned scale throws the textures of sculpted wools, solid felts, and cowled chiffons into relief.

A sensual silhouettelong, narrow, leggy—extending from a high neckline; caught at peplumed hips. Clothing as sanctuary: The body protectively enveloped in the soft armor of a fitted sheath, the sharp discipline of fencing-inspired jackets, the structured carapace of a coat. The female form revealed by smoky transparencies that allow a glimpse of skin and of delicate lingerie not meant to be hidden, but seen.

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