Belle Sauvage, the design duo made up of Virginia Ferreira and Chris Neuman showcased a collection of regal attitude meets femme fatale that featured deep jewel tones, printed fabrics and accents of gold and red. The audience was wowed with a display that was bursting with superiority and royal themes.

The iconic Parisienne woman was brought to life with an air of mystery and feline ferocity,  for a collection titled "Paris Cats after Midnight" where a mix of soft sheer fabrics and strong structured silhouettes delivered an intricate look of an iconic woman. Faux fur collar detailing and leather panelling displayed the duo's complex referencing telling a story of the dark and seductive side of French femininity.

Gold chains and red lipstick print detailing in bold prints hold back nothing in this fearless collection from the London - Luxembourg duo. Silk duchesse, satin, chiffon and the merino wool infuse contemporary styles with classic aesthetics that bring youth to a traditional sophistication.

The show stealing piece included a cheer chiffon cape draped over a sleek gown that brought to life of the Parisienne woman skulking the streets of the French capital after midnight.

By Vanessa Omoregie (@vnsssaa)
Photography by Jamike-Latif (@jamikelatif)

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