On Friday evening, I made my way to the Moynihan Station for the Francesca Liberatore Show. Held at The Dock, the space was packed with guests standing along the back rows just to get a glimpse of the collection.
Liberatore used all forms of fall-esque fabrics and designs such as fur, leather, draping, quilted detailing, and hooded jackets in her pieces. Many of the garments were made from black and nude sheer fabrics designed with both symmetrical and asymmetrical detailing. The sheer gowns were playful and sexy, yet loose and flowy. Pops of color in dark hues were used for minor detailing and color blocking. Other garments included collared sheer blouses, skin tight quilted leather trousers, and oversized/slouchy hooded jackets.
During the final catwalk, each of the models covered their faces with a watercolor painting featuring a woman’s face and the name of a publication ranging from American based newspapers such as The Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times, to international publications like Monde, Corriere Innovazione, and El País.
To learn more about Francesca Liberatore go to Francescaliberatore.it.
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Francesca Liberatore A/W 2016.2017 Collection: Photographs courtesy of Madame.lefigaro.fr