July 16, 2015
By Marcellous L. Jones
Photos Courtesy of Jeremy Bueno Couture
Paris, France – During the Paris couture fashion week, designer Jeremy Bueno presented his take on what the season will be. We see the designer’s skill exhibited in his style that encompasses structure, fluidity and creativity.
Bueno crafts his tops and dresses using the traditional technique of draping. Often they are portrayed as a single shoulder number, whereas the arms are free from fabric. Simple appliqués are added into the collection. The skirts dresses too benefit from the designer’s draping. And of course the designers does daywear looks that are composed of figure-affirming trousers.
Maxi skirts and maxi-length, flowing dresses are also given their fair share of prominence in the silhouettes. Bueno prefers to highlight them with a near-sinister split that drops from just the waistline and to the ankles where the garments finish. Beyond this this writer has no doubt in arguing in favor of the supremacy of the designer’s bustier top in crocodile’s skin. Here is a fine example of the designer mastery for technique and structure.