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Known for the bohemian aesthetic, Candela’s designer, Gabriela Perezutti, impressed the crowd with another stunning collection.
Perezutti’s collection had an antique vibe throughout the setting, which incorporated vintage rugs, chairs and canvases. The clothing also carried an antique feeling with its soft colors like blush, nude, and, grey and light fabrics like chiffon, silk, and cotton.
Many of the pieces were kept simple, like a mermaid hem maxi dress, but others were elaborately decorated with stunning details like fringe, beads, jewels and embroidery.
Overall, the collection had a very feminine feel. Many of the looks incorporated sheer fabrics, lace, and ruffles in nude colors, while other edgier looks included a motorcycle jacket and velvet pointed flats.
The last look in the twelve piece collection was a beautiful blush colored deco evening gown that greatly encapsulated Candela’s aesthetic. It incorporated the soft colors, textures, and simplicity of the collection, but also gave the audience a surprise with the intricate back beading.
The styling was also left simple with loose hair, rosy cheeks, and glossy lips.
Layla Ilchi is a staff writer. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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