PARIS, Jul 10, 2014/ — Born in Peru to an Iranian father and French mother, Alexander Delima worked as an assistant to Christophe Josse for five years, and has now burst onto the fashion scene with a first collection that is modestly presented so that the spotlight is on French-style expertise.
A 14-piece collection that proposes daytime to gala evening wear, designed so that a woman can pick up the whole collection as a complete wardrobe.
A keen fan of the night life (he has been DJ in h is time), Alexandre Delima is highly inspired by the realm of sport, hip hop and sci-fi.
A vision of astonishing modernity through its rock/revisited couture influences, with dipped lambskin perfecto and teddy jackets.
Playing with the effect of transparency/opacity, matte/shiny and constructed fluidity, Delima then uses
strongly contrasting palette, ranging from optic white and a range of off-whites do the extremes of anthracite, black and coat.
For Alexandre Delima, “energy and a feline quality represent the very essence of the eternal feminine ideal”.