‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ Marks The Start of Plaza Indonesia Fashion Week
Last Friday, “Midsummer Night’s Dream” by Alberta Ferretti became the first fashion show on Plaza Indonesia Fashion Week in conjunction with Plaza Indonesia 21st Anniversary. This fashion show collaborated with Yayasan Jantung Indonesia which also realized the idea that “fashion is charitable, and being charitable is always fashionable”. No wonder that the show was packed with invited socialites, who were likely care about both fashion and charity.
Talking about fashion show, it was really beautiful. It gave me the feeling as if I were in blooming springtime, seeing fairies in beautiful clothes. According to Alberta Ferretti, “with this collection I tried to reinvent femininity focusing on a bohemian style embodied by charming girls dressed in floral printed peasant tops and long hippie chiffon skirts that express a free and ultra feminine spirit. The naturalness is expressed with fabrics such as silk, flower printed chiffon, macramé lace, crochet and handmade lace.”
Flower-printed long dresses, crochet miniskirts, shorts and linen trench coats. Shirts and light skirts show lace bras and short underneath. Spring-summer spirit is reflected by the color and motifs on the fabric; fresh but not too vibrant to keep the romantic feeling. To complete the whole look, the models wore flat sandals; some of them were also accessorized with straw hat.
Long dresses made of flower-printed chiffon
Dresses in basic colors
The Plaza Indonesia 21st Anniversary Fashion Week runs until Friday, 25 March 2010 with Jean Paul Gaultier to close the event. If you would like to know more about the event you can follow @plazaindonesia on twitter. They will also have Kenzo Pagodon Bag Exhibition from Thursday, 24 March untill Thursday, 7 April at Plaza Indonesia Main Atrium Level 1.