Angelos Bratis , designer of Greek origin, on the catwalk his Spring / Summer 2014 which tells the story of a love that is born and lives in the islands of the ' Aegean during a long and happy summer holiday .
A passion alluded bright and heartfelt verses of a song by the composer Konstantinos Vita, entrusted to the visceral and hypnotic voice of a divine of the greek music scene since the '60s , Poppy Asteriadi .
Silk poplin striped men's woven shirts for matelot extra-large and large fluid - kaftans kimono. Natural Raffia for skirts and jackets wrap-around . The volumes , free and sometimes released from the body, asymmetrical cuts and shapes virtuosic , pijiama pants to wear with oversized tunics .
The palette is played on white , from chalk to off white, gray , silver , on a bouquet of shades of blue and blue essentially Hellenic, the sage and the nude . Only sandals - Isa Pear - fit to the feet of these korai just come from sea water , wet hair , the attitude of a detached and knowingly sensual goddess mother just emerged from the embrace of the Aegean.