HERVE LEGER NYFW F/W 2012
by Correspondent Mandy Murphy
Beautifully cut with a touch of bondage. The haute couture line (acquired by Max Azria in 2007) stayed true to its storied heritage of “body con” dresses, toeing the line between fairy-tale good and evil in a way that couldn’t fail to be delicious.
From the press release: “Hervé Léger by Max Azria Fall 2012 depicts a story of feminine strength through equestrian-inspired harnesses and iconic signature couture techniques. Structured clutches and corset boots balance precision details to create a visionary collection.”
Attention-vous! Pressing “play” will also play music. So if you’re at work, “mutez-vous” now or forever hold your peace. Having said that, you really want to hear the music, don’t you?
THE LOOKS. THE MODELS.
Photos: Thomas Kletecka
SHOW DIRECTION | LYNNE O’NEILL
STYLIST | LAURA FERRARA
CASTING | BARBARA NICOLI AND LEILA ANANNA
HAIR | NEIL MOODIE FOR BUMBLE AND BUMBLE
MAKEUP | LISA BUTLER FOR TEMPTU AND THE TEMPTU PRO TEAM
NAIL | OPI
MUSIC | FREDERIC SANCHEZ
SET CONSTRUCTION | BERNHARD LINK THEATRICAL
LIGHTING | IMCD LIGHTING
DRESSERS | QUICK CHANGE ARTISTRY
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