For its new Spring-Summer 2018 collection, Blugirl is a triumph of all-over fantasies and visual poems.
All this is built up through painted flowers that are framed between Paisley patterns, and through delicate stars and flakes that recall a casket of precious foulards.
Designer Anna Molinari opts for intense, deep colours by drawing on the Forest green with brilliant nuances, but also on the cherry red or the strawberry red, by softening all of them with a suffused, delicate elegance of blush and beige colours.
There is no excess, and the silhouettes in chiffon and twill are fluid, sliding off, with soft volumes.
The usage of tulle is vibrant, including applications of precious decorations realised in embroideries in cashmere-pattern thread, as well as applications of geometric sequins with iridescent accents.
Lace is also one of the main features, contributing to create sensual dresses where brilliant jewel-flowers can blossom, while black satin is used to create aesthetic plays of light and shade.
Generally, geometric patterns are expanded by the usage of ruffles as a recurrent detail.
Among the various outfits of this new collection, you can find back tops that leave the shoulders uncovered, to be worn with airy skirts, as well as jerseys in the typical “côté bon chic” style that are characterised by light embroideries and fabrics printed in a contrast between matte and gloss.
The new Blugirl SS 2018 collection turns femininity into a garden of flowers to be worn, a true harmony of different shades, passions, moods that represent nothing else but each woman’s personality.