Honor went to the sixties with psychedelic prints, knee-length coats and ruffled dresses. The eclectic color palette and dramatic silhouettes add touch of eccentricity to the season.
BCBG Max Azria Spring 2015–Presented during New York Fashion Week, the spring 2015 collection from BCBG Max Azria went to its bohemian roots for an easy breezy lineup of relaxed silhouettes. The BCBG woman wears long skirts, layered separates and watercolor prints for the new season. Wraps and sashes add a touch of Eastern inspiration… [Read More]
Ulyana Sergeenko Fall/Winter 2014 Haute Couture–Inspired by artwork created in Russia during its Soviet Union period, Ulyana Sergeenko presented part fairy-tale and part revolution for her fall-winter 2014 haute couture collection. “USSR was the never-tone-realized dream of the perfect world” her show notes read. While political ideology may never produce a utopian future, fashion can… [Read More]
Jean Paul Gualtier Fall/Winter 2014–While last couture season it was all about butterflies, Jean Paul Gaultier’s inspiration took a more ghoulish turn for his fall-winter 2014 haute couture collection. Vampires in fact were the main theme on the catwalk. These well dressed vamps seemed ready for some night prowling with their body-con leather and well-tailored… [Read More]
Valentino Fall/Winter 2014 Haute Couture—Valentino designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli were inspired by a Pre-Raphaelite art for the Italian brand’s fall-winter 2014 collection. While the theme may conjure to mind the dark image of Ophelia, what transpired on the Paris runway was light, airy and undeniably feminine. The demure restraint of the Valentino… [Read More]