Max Azria for Hervé Leger A/W 2014
Tunisian born designer Max Azria unleashes a sultry autumn/winter 2014 collection for the French powerhouse full of intricate detailing, fabulous embellishment and bold silhouettes.
Azria moved to America in the 80s and currently resides in L.A. After acquiring the Hervé Leger brand back in 1998, over 15 years later he showcases a stunning collection which is unmistakably trademark Hervé Léger.
Famous for the ever popular bandage/body-con dress, the latest collection features that and a little bit more.
Created on a foundation of black, Azria had designed a beautiful range of clothes perfect for the cooler months with splashes on nude, orange and navy to break it up and a dash of metallic for added glamour.
There is, of course, a great deal of fitted shapes in the form of dresses, skirts and cropped tops but the added flared skirt and over-sized outerwear brings a laid-back element to the collection.
Some pieces are suitable for smart daywear and chic workwear; a black co-ordinate, a smart LBD but the majority of the designs are perfect for cocktail hour or a big event.
Each article in the A/W collection has some sort of eye-catching element which only adds to the design, whether it is a motif of black and nude, cut-out detailing, feather underskirt, buckling or some serious glitter work, Azria has not held back in creating a collection ideal for the up-and-coming party season.
As chic as it is glamorous and desirable, Max Azria has created a beautiful collection that will make everybody fall in love with the Hervé Léger label all over again.