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The Black Diamond fashion show shines

The Black Diamond fashion show shines

By Cassandra Tanti - June 25, 2019

The Grimaldi Forum Monaco has been dazzled by the presentation of the Maison Arleoni new limited edition haute couture collection ‘Black Diamond’, signed by the art director Angelica Arleoni.

The Black Diamond Collection of unique pieces has inner roots of haute couture technics from the past through to the future within modernity elaborations which, according to its creator, become master pieces of art. As well the endearing brightness of the Black Diamonds, gender fluidity played a part of the central story in the Black Diamond Collection.

Superb structured shapes captured the eyesight and pieces were revealing from every angle. Sophisticated materials and fabulous elaborations enhanced the beautiful bones of the fascinating diamond cut-inspired patterns.

There was a balanced combination of various shades of black with all the chromatic harmony, characterised by intense and evocative charm as an absolute ”Poésie de l’émotion”.

On show were 32 hand tailored and jewel-like embroidered outfits of the Black Diamond Collection.


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