Michael Costello Fall 2010 Collection Review - Caressing the Female Form with Modern Mystique at LA Fashion Week

 

The Classic Movie Star Quality with Red Lips is a Definite Win

Gods and Monsters, models and muppets, Goddesses and fairies, Michael Costello exudes sensuality inside an artistic theatrical fantasy seen on the London stages of primitive theater performances. Theatrical themes are an antidote to his expressive characteristic style, every look expressing a story from first glance that only the eyes can tell from the depths of the soul, silent communication is the universal language where no words are needed, for spoken words can only an empty definition of superficial meaning. Though only 26 years old, this mysterious artistic designer has been creating fashion for over 15 years, the evening gown being his trademark in the industry that has been worn by numerous celebrities on the red carpet as Mya for the Grammy Awards. It is evident this natural born couturier has been sketching his own original designs and sewing since an early age, little did he know he would become one of the most sought after fashion icon in the industry.


Celebration of the classic female form with very accentuation of her delicate curvature laying present, every thread laid with perfection caressing her tailored fit, each angle of her body meant for every meticulous thread is the epitome of luxurious perfection. High-Fashion has never been embraced with such caress, charisma, and old-fashioned Hollywood movie star glamour fading over the decades of time with science and technology, loosing sight of the mere emotion and romance in fashion for the luxurious female.

The Celebration of the Female Form was Evident at Box 8 LA Fashion Week

The simple, sophisticated backdrop of fluid white light diffusing over the models mystique creates a delicate shadow resembling that of a photograph of an Old-Hollywood movie star. Fluid movements with high angles flourished the room with a high pillar in a classic white drop back perfect for undivided attention to the theme. The model moved like a dramatic expressive living sculpture to ultimate perfection that has redefined what high-fashion communicates. Highlighted with perfected make-up to accentuate high cheekbones and chiseled features symbolizing the Greek goddess Cleopatra. A pouty mouth of red lips embellish an attitude that accentuate an air of classic movie star power. Almond shaped eyes underlined with a thin strip of black eyeliner and a smokey palette of eyeshadow brighten light colored eyes to consume the camera's attention on her, a 1940's vintage glam of classic beauty reinterpreted with modern mystique.


The model was presented in a classic vintage black gown. A sultry vintage embroidered design, resembling the doyley, a British invention in 1800's of a piece of linen-like material in exotic designs, draped down to the low bust area of the right side simulating a fluid like movement to create the upper portion of the gown's theatrical design. The garment dividing into a wrapped v-shaped low cut wedge of a form-fitted design over her high bust to the low hip area accentuating the natural curvature of the buttock area, filling out at the above the knee area mirroring a wedding dress train in the form of a circle around the base of her figure at the floor. Layers are emphasized with meticulous design at the bust dividing into a v-shaped pleat to the high-thigh curvature of her figure adding a desirable slimming effect for the pear-shaped women. A ribbon of luxurious fabric strapped at the lower back of the gown to the upper back area of the thigh highlighting a classic refined vintage theme to her romantic look.

A Celebration of the Female Form is Michael Costello's Mastery

 

He diverts out attention to being in the 21 century to fantasies of sipping a cup of English tea, billowing at the outside garden of fresh florals, roses, tulips, exotic sun daisies, and a sweet smell of distinctive exotic African flowers to dance into the early sunset seeming timeless. We are mesmerized in a state of zen as if luxury has never been experienced until this moment. Sultry mystique is a modernized style with 1920's glamour seemingly captured by old movies stars as Vivian Lee, as if time has never passed at all. Viewing his creation is like looking at a timeless stature of beauty, and every look reveals a story that only poetry can conjure. He toys at the paradoxes of the physical senses exhibiting what the eyes actually see, transpiring into a faith of what we believe, an escapade of unmatched fantasy inside a theatrical kaleidoscope.    

Gods and Monsters, models and muppets, Goddesses and fairies, Michael Costello exudes sensuality inside an artistic theatrical fantasy seen on the London stages of primitive theater performances. Theatrical themes are an antidote to his expressive characteristic style, every look expressing a story from first glance that only the eyes can tell from the depths of the soul, silent communication is the universal language where no words are needed, for spoken words can only an empty definition of superficial meaning. Though only 26 years old, this mysterious artistic designer has been creating fashion for over 15 years, the evening gown being his trademark in the industry that has been worn by numerous celebrities on the red carpet as Mya for the Grammy Awards. It is evident this natural born couturier has been sketching his own original designs and sewing since an early age, little did he know he would become one of the most sought after fashion icon in the industry.


Celebration of the classic female form with very accentuation of her delicate curvature laying present, every thread laid with perfection caressing her tailored fit, each angle of her body meant for every meticulous thread is the epitome of luxurious perfection. High-Fashion has never been embraced with such caress, charisma, and old-fashioned Hollywood movie star glamour fading over the decades of time with science and technology, loosing sight of the mere emotion and romance in fashion for the luxurious female.

The Celebration of the Female Form was Evident at Box 8 LA Fashion Week

The simple, sophisticated backdrop of fluid white light diffusing over the models mystique creates a delicate shadow resembling that of a photograph of an Old-Hollywood movie star. Fluid movements with high angles flourished the room with a high pillar in a classic white drop back perfect for undivided attention to the theme. The model moved like a dramatic expressive living sculpture to ultimate perfection that has redefined what high-fashion communicates. Highlighted with perfected make-up to accentuate high cheekbones and chiseled features symbolizing the Greek goddess Cleopatra. A pouty mouth of red lips embellish an attitude that accentuate an air of classic movie star power. Almond shaped eyes underlined with a thin strip of black eyeliner and a smokey palette of eyeshadow brighten light colored eyes to consume the camera's attention on her, a 1940's vintage glam of classic beauty reinterpreted with modern mystique.


The model was presented in a classic vintage black gown. A sultry vintage embroidered design, resembling the doyley, a British invention in 1800's of a piece of linen-like material in exotic designs, draped down to the low bust area of the right side simulating a fluid like movement to create the upper portion of the gown's theatrical design. The garment dividing into a wrapped v-shaped low cut wedge of a form-fitted design over her high bust to the low hip area accentuating the natural curvature of the buttock area, filling out at the above the knee area mirroring a wedding dress train in the form of a circle around the base of her figure at the floor. Layers are emphasized with meticulous design at the bust dividing into a v-shaped pleat to the high-thigh curvature of her figure adding a desirable slimming effect for the pear-shaped women. A ribbon of luxurious fabric strapped at the lower back of the gown to the upper back area of the thigh highlighting a classic refined vintage theme to her romantic look.

A Celebration of the Female Form is Michael Costello's Mastery

 

He diverts out attention to being in the 21 century to fantasies of sipping a cup of English tea, billowing at the outside garden of fresh florals, roses, tulips, exotic sun daisies, and a sweet smell of distinctive exotic African flowers to dance into the early sunset seeming timeless. We are mesmerized in a state of zen as if luxury has never been experienced until this moment. Sultry mystique is a modernized style with 1920's glamour seemingly captured by old movies stars as Vivian Lee, as if time has never passed at all. Viewing his creation is like looking at a timeless stature of beauty, and every look reveals a story that only poetry can conjure. He toys at the paradoxes of the physical senses exhibiting what the eyes actually see, transpiring into a faith of what we believe, an escapade of unmatched fantasy inside a theatrical kaleidoscope.    

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