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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…

Galliano’s Second Collection for Maison Margiela is Strange & Beautiful

When John Galliano was first announced as Maison Margiela’s new creative director, there were a few who doubted his position at the brand. But now, after unveiling his second collection after spring haute couture, and…

Isabel Marant Pairs High-Waist Looks with Boxy Sweaters for Fall 2015

After going tribal last season, Isabel Marant served up a rock and roll, Parisian chic collection for fall-winter 2015. The French designer focused on high-waist looks, pleated skirts, lush sweaters and boxy jackets for the…

Dior Goes Animalistic for Fall 2015

For Dior’s fall-winter 2015 show, creative director Raf Simons embraced the funky prints of spring haute couture for what he described as an animalistic collection. Dresses or full-on bodysuits featuring bold prints in pastel hues…

Balmain Fall 2015: Freedom in Fashion

In light of the Charlie Hebdo shooting in January, Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing looked to celebrate France’s history of artistic freedom for the brand’s fall-winter 2015 collection. Specifically pin-pointing to Paris in the 1970s, Rousteing sent…

Lanvin Fall 2015: Urban Nomad Fashion

In light of working on the Jeanne Lanvin retrospective at the Palais Galliera in Paris, Lanvin creative director Alber Elbaz found himself looking to his own roots for the brand’s fall-winter 2015 collection. Inspired by…