For the Vera Wang Spring 2019 campaign, the designer enlists model Sara Grace Wallerstedt to spotlight lace- embellished pieces stand out against a grey backdrop.
Lensed by Inez & Vinoodh, the rising star poses in sleek fashions styled by Panos Yiapanis.
This season, she expressed her affection for bold styles with exaggerated ruff collars and voluminous shoulder and sleeve treatments of the court of Louis XIV.
From a palette of mostly black-and-white, Wang worked a juxtaposition of tailoring and extravangance using plain and decorative fabrics. The lineup featured extreme proportions: huge, romantic tent gowns; teensy-tiny shorts, sleeves that poufed big time on top and others that extended well past the hand.
Proportion played was a fixation for Wang. She balanced ultrashort brocade shorts against layered torsos: capelets on top of pouf-sleeved blouses accented with peplums at the waist. The broderie anglaise gowns pooled on the ground but started off attenuated at the shoulder.