Ece Ege the creative director for the Prêt-à-Porter line Dice Kayek, brought geometric silhouettes and bold colors to the runway for the debut of her first couture collection at Paris Fashion Week. The Fall/ Winter presentation, featuring 15 looks,was titled "Winter Garden." Each piece was inspired by the delicate structures of a flower, featuring shapes resembling stamens and petals. To master the gravity defying elements on her garments, Ece spent time studying architecture. The minimalist collection also feature intricate embroidery, resembling drops of dew, created a romantic and feminine look.
The Franco-Turkish brand was founded in 1992 by sisters, Ece and Ayşe Ege, after they designed a collection of 15 white poplin shirts. Since their first runway show in Paris in 1994, the duo has received praise for their complex architectural designs and has won many awards including the Jameel Prize, an international award given to artists inspired by Islamic Traditions, earlier this year.
By Erica Euse
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