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 correctness aside. A standout was the show’s beauty; models hit the catwalk with dramatic facial jewelry.
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 military inspired coats to slip dresses to light and airy gowns as well as colorful, patchwork style ponchos. Fringe decorated… [Read More]
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 dark and bewitching wardrobe with flourishing silhouettes including scarlet, black and mossy hues. She carries the new Poincare bag with… [Read More]
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 a feeling of wrapped up, restraint for the upcoming season. A dark color palette of deep reds, black, grey, white… [Read More]
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 a slight adjustment to the brand name, Galliano proved to be a perfect fit with the house’s fall-winter 2015 outing… [Read More]