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Channel Your Inner Rock & Roll Princess with Saint Laurent

For the fall-winter 2015 collection from Saint Laurent, creative director Hedi Slimane continued on his direction of rock and roll, cool girl chic. Slimane showed what have now become staples for the Saint Laurent girl—slim-fit…

Giambattista Valli: Let’s Get Groovy With It

Following up where pre-fall left off, Giambattista Valli went in a kitschy decoration for his fall-winter 2015 collection shown on the seventh day Paris Fashion Week. Retro prints, color blocking and feminine ruffles took over…

Givenchy Designs with the Modern Victorian in Mind

For fall-winter 2015, Givenchy creative director Riccardo Tisci looked to a Victorian-Chola for inspiration. Juxtaposing his love for black and all things gothic with street culture, Tisci created a collection that was razor-sharp in aesthetic–political…

Channel Your 70s Goddess with Chloe

With Chloe’s fall-winter 2015 presentation, creative director Clare Waight Keller went in a 1970s, bohemian goddess direction set to the tunes of Stevie Nicks. Waight Keller explored a selection of styles this season ranging from…

Bewitched: The Dark Glamour of Elie Saab

For fall-winter 2015, the Elie Saab woman had two distinct sides. One, was a powerfully dressed woman with strong shoulders and military-inspired accents. While the other was inspired by nature—the woods enveloped her for a…

Balenciaga Does Cocoon Shapes for Fall 2015

For Balenciaga’s fall-winter 2015 collection, creative director Alexander Wang focused on cocoon shapes for another take on brand founder Cristobal Balenciaga’s sculptural designs. Cocoon coats, bubble-shaped skirts and wrap around skirts with high-slits all left…