Shapely in satin and tulle

fashion September 17, 2017 13:50

By The Nation

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Canitt’s autumn/winter collection “Rewildling” take inspiration from the artworks of two artists from two eras: Antonio Corradini, a famous sculptor of the Rococo period, and Cass Bird, a popular photographer from New York.



                The fashion show was recently held at its boutique at Central Chidlom. Canitt is a brand that prides itself on outfits that are dazzling, enigmatic and magnificent. Inspired by Corradini’s works and Bird’s photos capturing women’s graceful gestures, they mould the curves of the body through the use of see-through fabrics that highlight the female silhouettes.  

 “Our aim is to showcase the seductive charm of women when they wear our outfits. For this collection, we have carefully selected satin fabrics from Italy that best fit the draping technique. The signature print of the season “Modern Marble” has a geometric lining that gives a delicate, yet strong character.

“The Hourglass silhouette, which accentuates a woman’s curves, has been added with a special draping technique. Another highlight fabric in this collection is tulle net embellished with glitter to give a glamorous effect,” says the brand’s creative director Khanidtha Daroonnate.

The colour palette of ivory, ruby red, and amber tangerine is inspired by the mood and tone of Bird’s photographs and complements perfectly the Thai skin tone.

                Canitt also has boutiques at Siam Paragon and Parklane Ekamai.