Noyon Spring/Summer 2010 Collection will be exhibited at Interfilière Evolution Days - November 19-20 and at Interfilière -January 18-20 2009.
Powdery pastels in flesh and blusher shades: ivory, beige, pink, lavender, turquoise.
Brights come in plain, tone-on-tone or multicolored versions: violet, fuchsia, yellow and orange through to red.
Flowers grab the power for a very feminine theme in which colors run riot. Inspired by the hippie era, the mystery of oriental gardens, tropical luxuriance and naive meadow flowers, they bloom over lace in a thousand and one motifs. Lace is their natural habitat, where they open up cheerfully, in turn shy and dainty, even fragile, or bright and powerful!
Shot pink and proud poppy are the emblems of this peaceful revolution in lace!
Working with the sheer wealth of Noyon heritage: lace for Summer 2010 travels back in time, delving into the archives for designs that are then reworked and brought bang up to date. Rediscovering granny's petticoats and the sheath dresses of femmes fatales from 1900 to 1940. Bygone days, yet not forgotten, when lace was the height of elegance!
Influenced by architecture, contemporary art and design for lace combining graphic effects: geometrical motifs, mosaics, random stripes punctuated with arabesques and friezes. Lace with a decidedly modern flavor embraces the spirit of the times.
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