After presenting their debut Couture Spring Summer // 2017 collection, in Paris, Galia lahav presents their first Made-to-order evening line and 1st collection in Tel-Aviv Fashion Week, which is their home base, and where Galia Lahav draws her main creative essence from.
The Night Flare collection was inspired by the most prestigious nightlife scene and exclusive urban culture in New York and Japan.
Clubs such as Candyland Nightclub, delivers a unique experience that stretches the boundaries of our senses. In this context, this collection challenges the way evening wear “should” look like; How a garment can be perceived in many layers, reaching a new purpose, only by being present in time and space, subjected to flashes of lights and point of views.
Like looking through a Kaleidoscope, where observed objects are varying within a slight change of an angle, lights reflected on mirrors, creating an abundance of symmetrical shapes and colors… Then the music chimes in, creating a rhythm. In this new era of multi-screens, multi-options of perceptions, platforms for creating a new sense of you, we offer you to take a look, choose your style and dive in!
The Galia Lahav house is well known for their sexy signature that characterizes the fashion house, but this time, from a different angle; The Made-to-order collection combines traditional hand-made prom dresses, as close to couture as possible, a range of large and studded jackets, painted by hand, vivid colors such as navy blue, blazing reds, bubble gum and blush pinks, and, embroideries of angular and geometric patterns.
You’ll find a range of soft total looks of chiffon silks, with each and every garment getting a substantial emphasis on small details and, meticulous finishes, alongside a rough look expressed by leather skirts, unusual located cleavages and, body defining silhouettes.
The fashion house collaborated with Israeli jewelry brand NORITAMY, which created a unique jewelry collection for the runway show.
The models carried bags designed by the innovative leather goods brand Collécte.
Photo: Courtesy of Galia Lahav