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Jackson Pollocks’ splashes of colors. The illustrations of Tony Viramontes in the 80’s. The photographic collages of David Hockney. The artistic avant-gardes of the beginning of the century. This is the inspiration of the Ingie

Jackson Pollocks’ splashes of colors. The illustrations of Tony Viramontes in the 80’s. The photographic collages of David Hockney. The artistic avant-gardes of the beginning of the century. This is the inspiration of the Ingie Paris girl for Summer 2015. As in an imaginary art gallery, ink blasts on white silk satin are juxtaposed with deep monochrome Fontana-inspired crepe panels.

An abstract mosaic of pictures is mimicked in blue-black prints on dense cotton. Asymmetric cuts on classy gowns remind of the Futurism experience with sculpture.

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Appealing to a multifaceted and multicultural woman accustomed to travel from East to West, the collection merges the bright shades of the Middle Eastern landscapes with very Parisian cuts and chic allure.

The dying tones of a sunset on the desert, from orange, to strawberry to deep red and the vivid blue of the sea carry the collection from daywear to cocktail to evening.

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The choice of fabrics, from silk crepe, to organza to lace guipure and the painstaking attention to detail are a tribute to the highest level of French craftsmanship.

With a passion for colors and patterns, the Ingie Paris girl believes in herself and in her style, she knows her body and how to enhance her shape.

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Her attitude makes her glamorous. Her boldness gives her charm.

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