An insight into Amoralle designed costumes for the opera “Eugene Onegin” at the Latvian National Opera.
Stage Director: Rēzija Kalniņa
Music Director: Ainārs Rubiķis
Photo: Vadim Sishikov, Agnese Zeltina
Amoralle Spring/ Summer 2017 collection is inspired by the beauty, fragility and grace of the wild birds to fulfil every woman’s sensitive desires and embrace her body into a true luxury.
The gracious wing forms of the sleeve design, contrasting colour combinations that resemble richness of the birds’ feather and sublime patterns embody the bird’s seductive nature in the new collection design.
This season scarlet, caramel and truffle tone silk, refine lace, tulle and velvet materials are richly united to create a spectacular queen-worth garments.
The new collection open shoulders, draped forms and deep décolletés create multiple styles of femininity in the purest state for seductive tenderness in the boudoir, every day and splendid celebrations.
Amoralle fall-winter 2016/2017 collection will let you travel in time – it is an up-to-date renaissance presenting baroque forms in a sensual manner. The queen-worth garments for every woman that are created being inspired by the feasts of the blooming castle gardens.
The collection will let you travel in time, creating the embracing beauty of splendid celebrations and aroma of blooming roses. The deep décolletés and open backs will seduce but drapes that resample the forms of the blooming rose petals will let you live your dream.
The new collection is enjoyable with eyes, fingers and ears – the French lace transparent sensuality, the dazzling silk and radiant velvet tenderness, the natural feather tickling trimmings and the sound of the royal taffeta floor-sweeping gowns will unite in the refine ensemble.
The collection is dominant by the red-carpet worthy gowns, boudoir and daily wear and lingerie for wedding nights.
We are proud to embrace the power of the feminine beauty by presenting the paintings of three stunning artists Ieva Iltnere, Franceska Kirke and Sandra Krastina.