Posts Tagged ‘Spring/Summer 2015’

Refreshingly Bright And Fun Collection For Roberto Cavalli Spring/Summer 2015


Roberto Cavalli is a designer with staying power, and thanks to the strong design aesthetic in his latest Spring 2015 collection, we don’t think this staying power will fade any time soon. Cavalli proves that fashion doesn’t necessarily have to be outré or alternatively, structured and controlled, in order to be stylish. So, with typical [...]

Flowing Femininity For Chloé’s Spring/Summer 2015 Collection


Creating a collection is an intimate look at a designer’s interests and abilities, and with Chloé’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection, we gleaned a beautiful insight into the brand’s unique design aesthetic. Chloé’s creative director Clare Waight Keller stated that her garments were inspired by her fabrics—due to their ability to “tell a story”—and these fabrics seemingly [...]

East Meets West For Alexander McQueen’s Spring/Summer 2015


Western fashion often calls upon Eastern culture for inspiration, and for the Spring/Summer 2015 Alexander McQueen collection, we saw the world-renowned brand masterfully employ Japanese style and culture. Antique kimonos inspired designer Sarah Burton’s latest McQueen collection, and nowhere is it more evident than in the silhouettes of the garments. In an effort to avoid [...]

A Humorous Goodbye to Jean Paul Gaultier’s Ready-To-Wear Collections


Jean Paul Gaultier has long been a lauded maverick and icon in the fashion world—pushing the boundaries of what is considered high fashion to new heights and new iterations. In early September, Gaultier announced that after over three decades of work, he would cease producing ready-to-wear to concentrate on couture and special projects. As Spring/Summer 2015 [...]

Sporty Yet Feminine – Rochas Spring/Summer 2015 Collection


It is difficult—in the modern fashion world, to come up with new silhouettes and interesting concepts, but Rochas has dazzled us with its latest Spring/Summer 2015 collection. Creative director Alessandro Dell’ Acqua’s second full collection for Rochas was a deft admixture of romantic femininity, subtle sporty chic, and masculine vibes–superbly mastering complex details and involved [...]

Glam Hippie Throwback In Dries Van Noten’s Spring/Summer 2015 Collection


In a world where fashion lovers seek unique and visually interesting innovations, Dries Van Noten stands out as having just the right touch. The Belgian designer’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection was inspired by Sir John Everett Millais’ masterpiece—Ophelia, as well as Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. And while the looks were based on these classic art pieces, the DNA [...]

Desert Regality In Giorgio Armani’s Spring/Summer 2015 Collection


Nature themes are not completely uncommon for Spring/Summer collections, but while Giorgio Armani’s latest collection plays upon the idea of sand and the desert, he has achieved a new level of elegance with these designs. The sand theme was captured both tonally and conceptually in the collection with muted shades of cream, grey, black, and [...]

Blue Hues Abound In Emporio Armani’s Spring/Summer 2015 Collection


Innovation and classic ease admix well in Emporio Armani, and for Spring 2015 at Milan Fashion Week, the brand proved just how well the combination works. This season, designer Giorgio Armani has chosen to stick with classic Armani blues and greys along with expertly tailored designs that are common among Armani brands. That tried-and-true aesthetic [...]

Bedroom Chic – 3.1 Phillip Lim Spring/Summer 2015 Collection

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For Phillip Lim’s Spring 2015 collection, the designer decided to try something different with his design aesthetic. “This season is about pushing the idea of femininity. Usually [my aesthetic] is masculine-feminine, but this time, I wanted to work closer to the body, make everything feel exposed, but also protected,” stated Lim With this new goal [...]

Charlotte Ronson Brings the ‘60’s to Life for Spring 2015


Charlotte Ronson’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection was a contemporary take on 1960s fashion. To the tunes of ‘Purple Rain” by her DJ sister Samantha Ronson, the designer showcased her latest collection in the Pavillion, in the tents at Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion week Drawing inspiration from art, both artistic and feminine influences were at play in [...]

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