Elie Saab’s Spring 2010 Couture presentation took me on a fairytale journey. I was breathless from the first exit to the last.
Elie’s theme for Spring was pretty pastels, which were presented in baby blues, pinks, lavender, beige and mellow yellow.
We saw stunning double layered gowns with mother-of-pearl petal embroidered overlays which were exquisite.
Other gowns billowed in the model-made wind revealing sexy thigh high splits which were double layered with lace adding more allure. Elizabeth Hurley will bring her legs out of retirement for these show stoppers.
The collection wasn’t all about pastel gowns, there were some shorter styles which young Hollywood would love, alongside some voluminous organza floral print ball gowns.
The Spring 2010 Elie Saab woman is sexy, sensual yet innocence. The looks were pretty and so very feminine. I still can’t pick a favourite.
This is a picture I took of the finale gown. My camera didn’t do justice to this gown which twinkled like Tinkerbell as the model walked the reflective runway.
Here’s the finale. Which shows how fabulous these gowns are in motion.
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