The flowery and elaborate theme presented by Elisa Palomino’s Fall/Winter collection demonstrates a mix of neon colors, pastels and dimmed tones. Elisa maintained a balance between forms and color, creating an image of an extravagant woman. The collection seems like a brave demonstration of bright contrasts and opulent details, especially the consistent flower headdresses, which fulfill each outfit and make them pop on the runway. The models’ make-up adds a personal touch to the collection and ultimately supports the trend of neon and saturated colors for the upcoming season.

The Saint Martins graduate launched her first collection in 2010, first presented during New York Fashion Week. Previously, she worked at John Galliano’s studio and most recently became a Vice President of Design for Diane Von Furstenberg. Elisa is known mostly for her obsession with floral prints and feminine design.

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