Haider Ackermann Fall/Winter 2014 | Paris Fashion Week

Joanna Elizabeth


Published March 1, 2014

Haider Ackermann Fall 2014–It is time for change–Haider Ackermann said with the clothes presented during his fall-winter 2014 collection at Paris Fashion Week. Gone is his signature airy chiffon draping and layering, but instead it is replaced by something more minimal. The silhouette is menswear inspired featuring roomy pants and jumpsuits with sleeves that extended past the normal length. Instead of chiffon, Ackermann chooses fabrics like cashmere, snakeskin for more fitted looks and flannel tops. Despite fall signifying a change in the Colombian designer’s aesthetic, you still see the label’s DNA with the balance of graceful shapes and masculine elements. Where it goes next, one must wait and see.

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