I've never seen a resemblance of flower so alive just like now.
Carolina Parsons, a Chilean model, TV presenter, and also philanthrophist, wore a dress haute couture creations of Ralph & Russo and successfully made the most spectacular entrance.
Wearing a pale ivory and hand-painted dégradé pink silk organza gown with petal ruffles was an interesting choie, as in addition to the pieces that are far from simple so as to give the luxe impression, this dress has a color pattern that its to be worn among the ranks of the vines and the sea of Saint Tropez, which certainly a plus point considering the many attendees who choose dark colors.
This dramatic ruffle dress is part of the collection of Ralph & Russo Spring 2015, a collection inspired by the Allegory of Spring, which I described as a herbarium exposition that exudes beauty. Designer Tamara Ralph successfully encapsulates the atmosphere of spring and made a collection which draws nature as the best inspiration. Completed with an exclusive jewelry from Chopard and Guiseppe Zanotti shoes and clutch, Carolina Parsons stepped out with charm. She looked like an enchanting gynoecium blossoming surrounded by Peony petals. Living flower, that was. It's always interesting how couture comes to life.
Photos courtesy Ralph & Russo
And I still have the picture on runway in my phone. One more thing learnt today.
The evening gala, which was also enlivened by the performance of Elton John and John Legend, successfully raised $ 40 million that will be used to fund conservation projects to preserve wild animals and the environment. Another reason to love Leonardo.
Signorfandi, spring-flavoured summer gala!