For Winter 2007, Diran tipped his hat to a New York of 50 years past. Staying true to form, Diran offered a variety of women’s separates that were cut in wool bouclé, silk/wool, chiffon, silk faile and wool gabardine.
Diran set the tone with an array of women's bubble silhouettes, appearing in skirts or dresses and raised his waistline slightly beneath the bust. Sharp pleated trousers also appeared effortlessly. New for Diran was the appearance of sheer blouses and his Chanel reminiscent wool bouclé separates which were able to unify the collection. A breath taker was a bouclé slim coat with cream piping.
In regards to menswear, Diran showed his usual sharply crafted suits and slim coats, but varied his fabrications in gabardine, cotton gauze, merino wool and cashmere. Ever so form fitting, Diran continually allows the fabric to become a tangible expression of menswear, which is easily understood.
Gun metal, chocolate, and champagne kissed briefly on the runway of this collection, inspired by the silver-grey hues and golden sunsets of a Manhattan skyline, which faded indelibly into our memories.
-pleated smoke print chiffon and charmeuse Erin dress
-gunmetal satin backless blouse
-black boucle slim coat with cream piping
-black shearling coat
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