2009 September 17
Hervé Léger - New York Spring 2010
(NEW YORK) “She’s sexier, younger and funnier than ever, “ imagined Max Azria backstage while painting his Spring Hervé Léger woman. “And she’s raw!” The house actually went opposite route of their last collection by loosening the dresses and splattering in artisan details and crochet in the process. There were foils, embroideries, and lots of braiding that kept up the chic and strong hippie spirit. Azria clan obviously envisions a lot more than a bandage beauty salon for this brand and this collection is a strong advance towards their long-term cause.
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