Color Plays with “Secret Garden” Giada Curti
By Gabriella Chiarappa
A different, expensive and imperceptible Couture that Giada Curti is the idea to unveil on the AltaRoma’s catwalk, suggested by the various artist Lawrence Alma-Tadema.
Sartorial creations that echo noble and seductive intentions, inebriated by radiant light and ethereal femininity, in a dual shades game. Sumptuous Antiquities as the main theme of a line that is inspired by distant echoes, reinterpreted on the suggestion of an aesthetic symbolism of the fin the circle.
The Giada Curti’s collection is thought in its entirety in honor of feminine beauty, almost a dreamlike vision well mixed with archaeological elements; it is aimed to honor the woman’s body.
The research and the description of the details are fundamental and accurate. Shining sets are the spectacular backdrop for the dresses in a glittering stage in which come to life the precious modern queens.
The combination of the keyword in the balance of the garments, among all the jackets overlapping long loose and impalpable dresses. A Clever mix of materials and fabrics: silk Mikado, printed voile with floral motifs, shaded and bright sequins.
The expensive shoes created by Valentina Gallo, the designer from the Venetian luxury brand, for the collection “Secret Garden” by Giada Curti, are entirely made in Italy with fine and selected materials, where the theme of flowers has interpreted with crepe de chine.
Traces of a refined elegance emerge from the contemporary jewellery by Alex Carelli, made with iron that contrasts the softness of the shape and the colour of natural stones: aquamarine, fluorite, a Metis, zircons, garnets and pearls, unique creations inspired with the grandiose monumentality of Rome. Exclusive Jewel bags in feathers, proudly made in Italy, where in a kaleidoscope of colours materialize and highlight a refined femininity.