Chiara Boni La Petite Robe FALL 2015 collection RUNWAY SHOW MERCEDES-BENZ FASHION WEEK IN NEW YORK

February 16, 2015

New York, February 16 2015 – Florentine designer Chiara Boni presented her La

Petite Robe collection’s Fall 2015 show at The Pavilion in Lincoln Center as part

of the New York Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.

The designer has been in the international market since 2009, with great success.

This morning’s show was her first runway presentation in the United States,

officially cementing her position here. Last season in September, Chiara Boni

was a protagonist at Milano Moda Donna with a stylish presentation at the iconic

Museo del 900.  

Chiara Boni’s La Petite Robe Fall 2015 is expressed through a frame of timeless

elegance, a vision of modern feminity.

Chiara Boni La Petite Robe retails at the finest department stores and boutiques

nationwide, including Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, and Saks Fifth 

Avenue.

 

Through a frame of timeless elegance, La Petite Robe di Chiara Boni Fall 2015 Collection is a

reflection of modern femininity.

The collection takes shape with soft colors and a focus on the silhouette: clingy bodices and

thin contrasting belts define the waist and elongate the form, bursting into weightless pleats

and asymmetrical skirts. Knotted details on necklines open into wide shawl collars and

kimono sleeves, used to create proportion. Metropolitan looks include seductive one-shoulder

jumpsuits with eco-leather inserts, and masterful draping in Chiara Boni’s signature sensual

simplicity.

Powdery mauve, rosewood and lavender tones predominate, with darts of florals and pops of

cyclamen on the brand’s signature stretch jersey, now paired with a new, warm, wool jersey.

Delicate inserts of watercolor tulle and Chantilly lace are seemingly transparent.  Subtle

applique velvet flowers appear, alongside impressionist prints, underlining a soft, romantic

consistency.

Evocative of a dense, secret garden, Chiara Boni presents a detailed and wistful reflection of

nature by introducing tones of emerald green with ink, iridescent fabrics shimmer like insect wings and give modelicate trains, paired with fitted jackets with godet effect.

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