From the Iran Crisis to the global spread Coronavirus, it may only be February, but 2020 has already got off to a pretty tough start. And surely, it’s times like this that we all need to put a little sparkle back in our lives. That’s where Ingie Paris steps in with the wildly sassy Seventies-themed collection.
The collection takes inspiration from the unconventional women of the decade, from the women’s lib movement to bohemian flare and disco music.
Here’s what the brand had to say about their new collection: “Ingie Paris unleashes itself from norms and conventions to present a masterful wardrobe playing on contradiction. Mini dresses or midi skirts respond in harmony to the lengths of a maxi dress or coat, against the rigorous lines of tailored pieces elevated with lurex thread. A daring combination of ingenious prints, tie-dye animal print, floral or star patterns flirt with the diaphanous geometry of chainmail or golden embroidered polka dots.
“Metallic shine is ubiquitous, gold and silver punctuate the collection. A halo of bright gold adorns a fluid pleated lamé, whilst the accumulation of silver crystals on a fishnet, fringe or chain shine as brightly as the sequins that mark the hemline. Black and white dominate in support of this radiance, broken by shades of red, fuchsia, turquoise, pale yellow or terracotta.
Perfectly cut and structured, the choice of unique fabrics developed exclusively for INGIE PARIS sets this collection apart. Fur and leather combine with delicate, luxurious, exquisitely embroidered noble fabrics.
Faithful to its DNA and the irrepressible desire to accompany the women of today in their diversity and the plurality of their facets, highlighting their complexity, INGIE Paris offers a sophisticated and creative collection that sublimates the sensual aura of women both by day and by night.”
Check out highlights from the F/W 2020-2021 show in the gallery below:
"The collection takes inspiration from the unconventional 1970s women, from the women’s lib movement to bohemian flare and disco music."