Neo-baroque is next for F/W 2012-13

Big crisis, big excesses. This fall-winter 2012-13 big brands like Miu Miu, Dior, Chanel, Ralph Lauren, Balmain, Dolce & Gabbana… are playing with the ‘neo-baroque’ style betting for the French luxury reviving the authentic vintage based on rhinestones, lace, silks , glitter and velvet. A look full of excesses seems to be the remedy to alleviate the effects of the big crisis, focusing on the excesses and inspired by the controversial Queen Marie Antoinette always hated and admired and always represented as an image and icon of the opulence. Any accessorie is perfect to flavor our outfit as with rhinestones, brocade fabrics, brooches, necklaces and beads lush. Forgetting about the ‘less is more’ aims to be the motto of this next Fall/Winter 2012-13 season and excess the way to follow.

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A grandes crisis, grandes excesos. Este otoño-invierno 2012-13 grandes firmas como Miu Miu, Dior, Chanel, Ralph Lauren, Balmain, Dolce & Gabbana… juegan con el ‘neobarroco’ apostando por el lujo francés que revive el auténtico vintage a base de pedrería, encaje, sedas, brillos y terciopelos. Un look cargado de excesos parece ser el remedio para paliar los efectos de tan acusada crisis, centrándose en la desmesura e inspirado en la controvertida Reina María Antonieta de Austria tan odiada como admirada y siempre representada como imagen e icono de la opulencia. Cualquier complemento es poco para aderezar nuestro outfit con pedrería, tejidos brocados y acabados barrocos, así como calzado en ante calado, broches o collares y abalorios exuberantes. Olvidarse del ‘menos es más’ propone ser el lema de esta próxima temporada y recargarse sin límites la estela a seguir.

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