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Fabryan peplum styles new line celebrates female curves
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Oct '13
Based on Fabryan’s zealous philosophy that rejoices the modern woman, the Fabryan SS14 'Enchanted Garden' collection features peplum styles that are designed to celebrate the curves that belong to a feminine figure.

Enthused by the natural elegance of a woman’s body; the designer, Samantha-Jane was inspired by her love of nature for this collection. This is reflected in the vibrant prints that play a pivotal role in the collection.

‘Enchanted Garden’ embraces the exotic beauty of flowers such as Bird of Paradise, Rosa chinensis, Cherry blossom, Daffodils and Daisies. Flowers were integral to Fabryan’s collection as they are symbolic to femininity and natural beauty. These are two values that Samantha-Jane wishes to portray in her designs whilst boasting luxurious and high end tailoring day to evening dresses.

Key pieces to look out for in the SS14 collection are the hand sequined dresses. The dresses are handmade with love and care. The process took twelve weeks to complete. Fabryan showcased the collection at The British Embassy in Vienna for the launch of the new Range Rover Sport on the 26th of September 2013. The successful show was featured on Austrian national TV ORF .

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