5 of October, 2015

Yolan Cris reinvents the Seventies fashion in the new Prêt-à-Couture SS2016 collection

Yolan Cris reinvents the Seventies fashion in the new Prêt-à-Couture SS2016 collection

The Seventies are here again. In our Prêt-á Couture 2016 collection, Yolan Cris bets again for the boho folk style where freedom and bohemian movement were the irredeemable protagonists. This lively and colorful fashion trend is made entirely by hand with ancient techniques of haute couture, forcing you to see the collection mature in design, taking the isnpiration to a sublime sophistication. That mixture of both concepts, creates a Bohemian Romance, certainly setting a new fashion trend for next spring 2016.

The looks of this season are created using oversize pants and peasant dresses. Also there's a returning of patchwork, crochet, fringes and bohemian and ethnic prints. As usual, our designers take a turn to inspiration adding a fresh, modern design but using traditional methods, giving importance to quality through hand sewing and embroidery of silken pastel threads, carefully our designers make patchworks in ethereal tones, fine lace overlays as only sisters Yolanda and Cristina Perez, know how to create them. Undoubtedly ,this gives the collection  an extremely elegance that influences all designs.

 bordados de seda hechos a mano

Relating to patterns, we highlight long dresses and long skirts, mini dresses and large pants and ankle-lenght pants. Trends as crop top and long sleeves made of laces, pleated silk and cotton. The models combine transparencies, fringes and handmade embroidery with textures, suggestive drapes,floral prints and fancy patchword. A clear nod to forefront culture of Japan, one of their recurrent inspirations, offering a modern and new study pattern of kimono.

nuevo concepto quimono

On the other hand, we see long and short dresses with floral prints in a clearly boho style for daytime, and balck transparencies with romantic silhouettes for the evenings. Precious turtle necklines made of different types of laces and the always elegant box neckline made of sheer fabrics. The golden tones become protagonists, even mixed with nude tones, black as the eternal  night color but in a folky code A mix by using fine French Chantilly laces with golden threads and silk guipure jet tones.