Sunday, January 24, 2010

Josephus Thimister Haute Couture Spring 2010

Today Josephus Thimister sent out a strong, meaningful, collection of gorgeous clothes for both men and women. He opened the couture season with a statement inspired by Bolshevik Revolution, Russian military uniforms and blood shed brought on by war; Thimister's collection was still luxury at its best. The collection, displaying both ready-to-wear and haute couture with unquestionable showmanship and craftsmanship; Imperial duchess satin and blood red-beaded dresses; blood stained jodhpurs and tanks; a crackling "thermal blanket" foil gown; and gold ribbon, woven ball gown with a revealing back showed everlasting haute couture spirit. I am sure this true maverick, will not have trouble fill orders from clients both new and old. -David Pedroza


Ribbon woven Gown, Josephus Thimister Couture Spring 2010



Foil Gown, Josephus Thimister Couture Spring 2010



Scarlet red Bugle beaded gown, Josephus Thimister Couture 2010

Note: All photos by Yahoo News, 2010

2 comments:

  1. Always loved Thimister. He has more than just creativity, he has passion and ideas.

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