Elie Saab Couture Collection

July 4, 2008


Elie Saab knows a woman’s body is a work of art. His couture collection for Paris this year was an ode to Renaissance art. Saab drew inspiration from Michelangelo and the Sistine Chapel with flowing gowns of taffeta and Georgette that were so delicate and feminine. Saab’s mastery of the perfect evening gown was evident in his 50 plus collection of voluminous gowns in lace and chiffon, off-the-shoulder bows and long trains fit for a queen. The color palette for his collection was borrowed from Renaissance art including browns, blues and cerulean. Each gown was cut and designed to perfection and fit for a princess. Click here for the entire collection.

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