Photos Courtesy of L’Wren Scott
Madame Du Barry Spring/Summer 2010: Named after the famed mistress of Louis XV, the collection began with clear insight as to its intention. Sheath dresses, slim-fitting gowns and a plethora of pink left nothing to be desired. It was feminine sensuality at it’s finest—a well-known talent of Scott’s.
Tuxedo Terrace Fall/Winter 2010: Paying homage to what is essentially formal men’s attire, Scott’s feminine take on menswear was surprisingly delicate and refreshing while still staying true to its original inspiration.