Last month we had the pleasure of debuting our newest evening collection, Don’t Call Me Sugar, at Paris Couture Fashion Week, and it was an absolute hit.
In this collection, Galia and Sharon were inspired by empowering the female body and spirit, and they designed for the feminine, glamorous and effortlessly cool girl. Because Galia Lahav aims to redefine the term ‘sensuality’, Don’t Call Me Sugar focused on glittering elegance of silhouettes, plunging necklines, cutouts, shocking colors, all used with high-end fabrics and details as key.
Don’t Call Me Sugar includes looks for the modern and charismatic, young woman who wants to transcend trends and create her own statement. You’ll find a range of lengths, brining the strapless minis back, asymmetrical & dramatic necklines, plunging V’s, cutouts and sexy backs in glittering tones of silver, burgundy, blue and black. All garments are handmade with an uncompromising sense of style. Much emphasis was put on a light, effortless yet daring look and also on the details; We used original Swarovski crystals embellished in a delicate welding technique on top of some of the best looking and most delicate European fabrics (satin, blends of lurex fabrics, lamé, silk organza).