ROGER VIVIER @ AW2013/14 Sexy Cult Collection

Seduction is the order of the day. Bruno Frisoni, creative Director for Roger Vivier has shuffled the pack of major classics, reworking their fanciful silhouettes, from no-nonsense city dweller to swexy siren with a boyish sweetness for this AW2013/14 Sexy Cult collection.
Tilda Swinton, with her gift for reviving the past by injecting it with a spirit of modernity has inspired Frisoni with her aura of intellectual seductress for Sexy Cult. In line with the actress's mythical performance conversing through centuries, Bruno Frisoni has created a link between yesterday and today. He drew inspiration from German artist Josep Beuyers and his iconic use of felt in his art pieces and re-imagined in broadcloth and couple with contemporary mirror leather.
Three key silhouettes ignite this season’s looks through iconic heels, claimed weapons of seduction. The Comma heel, a major creation of Mr. Vivier in 1965, is given place of honor by Bruno Frisoni in his modern reinterpretation and stands alongside the Pyramide and Privilège silhouettes.
The very urban and arty la parisienne - a femme fatale by definition proudly slings the Prismick classic day and evening bag over her shoulder. Prismick continues to enrich its graphic and architectural construction pushing its boundaries with 3D colours and leathers geometric cut-outs.
If she is not wearing Prismick, the Vivier woman carries the new definition of modern business chic in its new maxi volume, the Metro Square handbag.The Vivier woman reveals her unique and incomparable seduction in dizzying, ultra-thin or daringly curved heels. She struts the sidewalk in either ingeniously tied strappy sandals appropriately named Ergo Sexy or in Comma low or high heels with a plunging décolleté. In a Prismick Richelieu ankle boots draped in grey broadcloth. And in the Wallpaper pattern booties with their Pyramide or ultra-flat heel.
Roger Vivier’s Sexy Cult introduces the dreamy, sensual side of the sophisticated yet modern Parisian elegance that is at the heart of Bruno Frisoni’s inspiration.

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