Monique Lhuillier Fall 2020 Collection New York Fashion Week
Monique Lhuillier fall 2020 collection! Need we say more? Epitome of all-things-whimsical, the famous designer has showcased her fall 2020 collection at New York Fashion Week. Ah, and we’re irremediably in love! There was an array of gorgeously elegant goodies in the Monique Lhuillier fall 2020 collection for the upcoming cold-weather season. Inspired by a piece of malachite, these designs are definitely red-carpet worthy material. And we’re head over heels with every single piece!
“Well, it all started from looking at a malachite rock that I had, and the green was so mesmerizing, I was like, ‘Oh my gosh, I have to put this in the collection!’ Then I decided to paint the [runway] backdrop that color because it feels so opulent and so inviting. And I wanted to build on that, so I added more jewel tones for the evening portion and, of course, black – because who doesn’t want to wear black in the fall? Then I wanted to create the absence of color in the beginning of the show, which is why I did all those winter whites,” Lhuillier told Elle.
Okay, so take a peek and tell us if you’ve ever seen something more gorgeous and breathtaking! The Monique Lhuillier fall 2020 collection features some otherworldly gowns but also posh suits as a stylish option for outstanding evening appearances. Still, the main pieces remain the designer’s gowns which are utterly elegant and fairytale-like!
What about Lhuillier’s favorite? “I can’t wait to wear the strapless seamed cocktail dress with the net swing overlay,” the designers revealed.
The Monique Lhuillier fall 2020 line made our hearts skip a beat! Well, imagine sizzling sequins, embroideries, Baroque beading, dainty lace dresses, tulle, chiffon, and other ingredients that put together result into absolutely fascinating pieces. So, the collection includes gowns, cocktail dresses, cigarette pants, blouses, and suits, perfect for the daring women who’s not afraid to win the spotlight. Check out these really impressive stunners and get inspired!
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