So this is the final post covering Spring 2015; it’s part three (the finale) of Paris Fashion Week and this post is just filled with all the big name fashion houses. I suppose overall, the collections that really stuck with me were The Row, Luisa Beccaria, Etro, Naeem Khan and Erdem.
Starting off with Chanel, if you haven’t seen it in news already, it was a lovely feminist gesture. But with reference to the actual clothes, I liked that they were simpler silhouettes, relying on colours for the edge. The watercolour print is beautiful.
Shock and awe at the Elie Saab collection for the lack of embellishment and beadwork! Instead you have ombres and hints of lace in a fire and ice theme. I like the change of pace with the print but it really doesn’t come close to the genius of collections in the last 3-4 years. Speaking of gowns, the lovely draped ones at the Emanuel Ungaro show were beautiful.
I found the Saint Laurent collection utterly terrible, I don’t know what the style or trend is, it seemed all over the place.
A very marine life inspired collection at Valentino which still remained very graceful. I loved the Givenchy collection, it’s not new but studs are clearly still here to stay.
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