Celebrity fashion: origami

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Origami is an art, the trick of which star fashionistas are working out in practice. Let’s learn from the best!

Famous women increasingly prefer complex multilayered clothes, that are reminiscent of the style of the Japanese art of paper – origami. In their collections, famous fashion designers use a similar technique as one of the main subjects. Undoubtedly, the most impressive examples are evening dresses and high fashion models.

Chloe Grace Moretz; Anna Faris

Chloe Grace Moretz in Christian Dior Couture — Anna Faris in Paule Ka

Julianne Hough; Coco Rocha

Julianne Hough in Dsquared² — Coco Rocha in Zac Posen

The lesson was learned by Chloe Grace Moretz in a magnificent dress of pastel shades in the style of the 50’s by Christian Dior Couture, Anna Faris in Paule Ka and Julianne Hough in white Dsquared², and the model Coco Rocha in a fancy dress from Zac Posen. Copies of haute couture has recently become much simple, but no less interesting, such as the short dress from Giambattista Valli Couture, in which appeared Diane Kruger.

Diane Kruger; Ashley Roberts

Diane Kruger in Giambattista Valli Couture — Ashley Roberts in Peter Pilotto

Cheryl Cole; Elizabeth Hurley

Cheryl Cole in Jay Ash — Elizabeth Hurley

The duo design Peter Pilotto loves very much to combine in their collections complex weave of colors and prints, creating an eccentric, brilliant, but practical dress, like the one of Ashley Roberts. By the way, nobody canceled minimalism and concise forms! Cheryl Cole chose a pleated dress from Jay Ash, while the actress Elizabeth Hurley and Kerry Washington gave preference to contrasting inserts on asymmetric dresses. It is not necessary to write off sweaters and jackets. Use them as a central focus in their your look, as did Olivia Palermo choosing a sweater from Witchery.

Olivia Palermo; Kerry Washington

Olivia Palermo in Witchery — Kerry Washington in Calvin Klein