Spring 2015 RTW : Paris Fashion Week : Part One

Spring 2015 RTW : Paris Fashion Week : Part One

The finale of the big four is Paris Fashion Week. Here are some of the SS 15 collections! Balenciaga was a much better version of Alexander Wang, it's the one I like. It mixes sportiness with femininity and wearability. I loved the draped fabric alongside the mesh and perforated ones. The silhouettes were modern and I liked the muted pastels as well. The jackets and coats in Barbara Bui's collection looks like something you'd find in Rajasthan but these have a lot more geometry to them. I loved the bright red workwear in…Read more
Resort 2015 : Part Two

Resort 2015 : Part Two

The resort collections are pouring in! Here are a few more edited down versions of the collections themselves. You can view the previous post on Resort 2015 here. Missoni It's more than your average "active wear" collection. The Missoni print definitely enhances the appeal. With light knits and lurex, the collection features more comfortable clothing in bright pastel shades. One of the later looks with the indigo blue gown is stunning; perfection in simplicity. I also really like the colourful leopard print. DKNY Preppy and functional. A large portion of this vast collection…Read more
Spring 2014 RTW : Roland Mouret, Issey Miyake and Sonia Rykiel

Spring 2014 RTW : Roland Mouret, Issey Miyake and Sonia Rykiel

Spring 2014 RTW at Paris Fashion Week : Roland Mouret, Issey Miyake and Sonia Rykiel   Roland Mouret I love the bright pastels used in Roland Mouret's collection. The asymmetric cuts give a really youthful feel to the collection. The dress with the hot pink top and blue print below is amazing. The satin mint dress is also very gorgeous with a fitted sexy vibe.     Issey Miyake The fanned skirts were perhaps the biggest revelation of this collection. The perforated lines give it a wearable metal illusion. But for the rest…Read more