All we can say is, “WOW!” The entire Cushnie et Ochs Fall 2018 runway show was a tantalizing affair; however, the closing look stole the attention of everyone in attendance. The vibe, the details, the unspoken allure. Every element just works and brings a certain je ne sais quoi to a collection that is already flawless.
Fashionable Mention: Cushnie et Ochs Faceted Crystal Mesh Gown
Hereith Paul, you are a lucky girl! Paul is the gorgeous model that had the honor and pleasure, of wearing the final closing Cushnie et Ochs look. The dress is a showstopper… Glitzy, spell-binding and more gleam than the night sky on a clear night.
Photographs of this garment did not even come close to doing it justice. The gown gets its bling appeal thanks to a little help from Swarowski. This dress in particular incorporates dazzling, strategically placed Swarowski Drop Crystals.
The crystalized look is currently a favorite among designers for the fall 2018 season. We spotted the trend at not just Cushnie et Ochs, but during a number of other fall runway shows. We noted Swarowski elements and jewelry were utilized during collections for: Alexander Wang, Brandon Maxwell, Jason Wu and Rosie Assoulin.
Nevertheless, we foresee the Cushnie et Ochs Faceted Crystal Mesh Gown being a red carpet favorite. Immediately, upon seeing it all 1966 staff felt that this is a design that Queen Beyonce would absolutely dominate in at any event. We are reminded of her sheer, embellished gown that she wore to the 2015 Met Ball (see below). This is so her style and one that would land any starlet with an amazing pair of legs on the Best Dressed List. All eyes on you RiRi!
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