Miu Miu - spring 2013

Old-school glam meets modern femme fatale

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Writer

03 October 2012

Set in an immense space, where the audience is tiered on steps like in an auditorium, the set for the Miu Miu Spring 2013 runway show is framed with natural wood and jazzy music. The old school glamour meets modern femme fatale collection was full of chic pointed-toes, tea-length skirts and leather gloves.



Silhouettes were boxy, and the use of patent leather in the coats and skirts was an added surprise that made this collection stand out. Dyed fur coats gave the Spring collection by MiuMiu a real 1950s appeal. Kitten heels were also a popular choice for the brand, which made the precarious runway set a cakewalk for the models.



Seated front row at the show were Emma Stone, Dianna Agron, Chloë Sevigny, Amanda Seyfried, Marc Jacobs and more Miu Miu loving celebs. Walking to a sultry rendition of “I’ve got you under my skin” the glamorous looks and chic accessories created an ultra old-school vibe, reminiscent of Prada. Elements like the flat, jewelled sandals and metallic collar necklaces gave the collection a bit of a modern edge. We also loved the large fur stoles, paired down with a casual trench or dressed up with an oversized silk evening jacket.

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