I had the pleasure to watch the Morea Style show at the recent Milan Fashion Week organised by Solo Evane.
Here is the description of Morea Style spoken by the show director and host Genevieve Kamala:
“Morea Style, on the grid for almost 6 years, is well known for the excellence of its designs, the elegance of forms and the incomparable quality and choice of colors.
Originality, quality and exclusivity are priorities for Morea, a woman with a very special skill in creating true fashion masterpieces.
Each season Morea combines the actual trend with the tastes and expectations of customers, and this contributes to the success of her style that is always sophisticated and elegant and with that extra “touch” of sensuality present in every creation, this makes each garment perfect to the final detail , so that every woman desires it in her closet.
Morea, like the finest French couturiers, understands women’s need to feel sexy and their need to feel the contact of light sensual fabrics against their skins. She also recognizes that a woman needs different looks for different occasions, so her range is extremely varied.
Cocktail dresses, ball gowns and pant suits are always featured in her fashion creations, all carrying the same marking of sensual elegance and beauty. As you will see today, we will go across all different occasions, giving a new twist to the word urban or casual…
All the women of SL aim to own at least one of Morea Style creations because every single piece of Morea Style means perfection, elegance, sensuality, charm and always an incredible style and love for details. This collection will put a spell on you and I am sure you will simply adore every single piece you are going to see today on our catwalk!”
I’ve been a great fan of Morea’s designs for many years, so I completely agree with Genevieve!
The Inspiration Galliano gown (model Shena Neox).
The Inspiration Galliano gown (Shena Neox) and the Elena dress (Genevieve Kamala).
The Dakota dress (Payton Heron).
The Lois dress (Kim Rongyu).
La Plume Noir (Laci Rossini).
The Sloane dress (Yeriakth Couturier).
The Ingrid dress (Kim Rongyu).
The Stardust dress (Federica Galtier).
Being a vintage lover the Stardust dress was one of my favourites in the show.
The Caroline gown (Payton Heron).
The Barbara dress (Federica Galtier).
The Celeste dress (Laci Rossini).
The Sheynne outfit (Kim Rongyu).
The following designs are the Milan Fashion Week exclusive collection by Morea style.
The Tatiana pants with an off shoulder top and a mini skirt with a short tail (Yeriakth Couturier).
The Tatiana skirt version (Payton Heron).
The Cyndie white outfit (Laci Rossini).
The Cyndie black outfit (Federica Galtier).
The Cyndie outfits (both black and white) were also my favorites. I can totally see myself going out to dance in a club wearing them!
The Stephanie dress (Kim Rongyu).
Such a romantic look!
The Aurore Light dress (Laci Rossini).
The Aurore black dress (Yeriakth Couturier).
The Carole gown (Federica Galtier).
The Valentine red dress (Shena Neox).
Wonderful designs, thank your Morea Decosta for creating them!