Senin, 29 November 2010
Who Has Designed It
The cutaway trend was a big element of the Spring/Summer 2009 catwalks, in the picture above are four fantastic examples of how it can be worn.
1. Chloe's interpretation of the trend is subtle, leaning somewhat towards 2009's exposed stomach look. But it goes a long way to prove that basic, classic elements such as a keyhole feature on the back or chest lend themselves perfectly to the cutaway clothing trend.
2. If Chloe was subtle, then Herve Leger undoubtedly infused sex into the trend on their Herve Leger Spring/Summer 2009 catwalk. While the above picture is a perfect little black dress there are plenty more examples to be found by following that link and looking through the pictures.
3. Again with a hint of the exposed stomach trend, Jean Paul Gaultier mixed the cutaway trend with variety of shapes and silhouettes. The above adds it to a long, flowing dress perfect for Summer in the Mediterranean, while you'll also find it in the collection fused onto the likes of shoulder detailing.
4. If anyone has made a success of the trend then it's Preen by way of their Preen By Thornton Bregazzi Spring/Summer 2009 collection; and that success comes down to the combination of the cutaway trend with the sheer trend for some heavily sexualised elegance.