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Julien Fournie Couture Spring Summer 2012
By SENATUS News | 29 September 2012
A name to watch in the very competitive Paris fashion scene, Julien Fournié once again titillated the fashionistas imagination by presenting a high concept yet very sensual collection.

Fournié, who has a penchant of naming his collection with the word “FIRST” in the title, wittingly called his Spring 2012 collection, “First Ecstasy” which he philosophically explained that when “the quest for physical pleasure begins is where freedom is born.”

With “First Ecstasy”, Julien Fournié emphasizes the sensuality of the female body and reflects on the ways for women to enhance and release desire. Silhouettes perfectly fit their anatomy, particularly on the breastline.

Between anatomical and geometrical boundaries surges the essential space to spotlight body curves. The garments act as jewel cases to tame and reveal femininity, with delicacy but without taboos.

Neoprene sculpts curves and traces straight lines. A technical fabric including metallic yarn amplifies shapes. The Faso Dan Fani is inlaid in some pieces. Organza allows sheerness, silk crepe and ziberline caress the skin…

Beams of light illuminate the collection as in an echo and add their vibrations to the silhouettes of the future.
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