Georges Hobeika HCF14 (36)PARIS, Jul 8, 2014/ — On a bed of shimmering organza, crystal buds are birthed from silk chiffon, whilst a cocktail dress newly blooms with flowers in purple tulle.

For Fall-Winter 2014/15, Georges Hobeika, inspired by the timeless work of Claude Monet, paints a woman of grace from the fantasy of dreams.

Throughout the collection, nature blossoms in luminous fabrics of dark blue, peacock blue and red. Lines of classic elegance are adorned with poetic elements-such as the delicate, hand-embroidered flowers enriching a bolero or the laser cut, tulle petals embellished with sequins that turn a strapless dress into a bouquet.

In the spotlight are dresses: flowing gowns of chiffon embrace the silhouette and emphasize the hips with swells of tulle; chaste, yet sensual, cocktails unveil in guipure lace that tattoos the skin in leather effect.

Romance is touched by a glamorous vibration, as a sheath dress accentuates curves and is paired with a mini-cape delicately embroidered in pearls and crystals that climb like ivy. A jumpsuit in silk crepe rises like a liana enwrapped in a bow-fastened cape, placing silhouettes on a pedestal in this collection.

From the flourishing garden of Georges Hobeika, femininity, grace and delicacy exude. The freshness of this collection is even more heightened by the spirit of young girls donning the dresses of their years to come.