Inspired by her Turkish heritage, French designer Nicole Farhi was based on eclectic, worldly influences to create his label of the same name in 1987. Lover sophisticated femininity, Farhi designs pieces that are often covered by layers, or cut into unique silhouettes with bright, innovative model that evokes a completely modern elegance. It’s a tough season Nicole Farhi – Joanne Sykes, formerly of Aquascutum, has not yet started in his new role as creative director of the house (although it does this month) and so it is difficult to make a judgment when the trial is being done in what is essentially a state of flux.
But Nicole Farhi has built his wife and his client in the last 30 years and knows what he wants and how to deliver it. It’s so elegant French woman who has a knack for dressing, she is the epitome of summer,” said Vogue’s Calgary Avansino the show, highlighting the use of folds that are particularly good.
They came in coats, skirts and drop-waist dresses, all of which have led to the perfect Sunday morning serene color palette – white, stone, beige blush bursts and occasional soft indigo. Farhi noted the photographs of Edward Burtynsky and the marble quarries of Tuscany as their points of inspiration – and this could certainly be seen in the marble blouses and skirts to chic dresses Plisse day.
Fragments of sequins came into play in the other, dragging down fronts, one imagines as inspiration, rock formation. When waves last season unraveled around the hips, sailed today on the shoulders to start the collection, begun in all white and warmed by the last exit to honey and almond. It was quiet and sophisticated.