All posts tagged: fall 2015 collections

Best of PFW Fall 2015 Part II

Another 3 days have passed and another wave of disbelief about how many groundbreaking collections can fit into those little 3 days has hit me. (And major shows like Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Céline or Saint Laurent still haven’t taken place yet.) In this second part of Paris Fashion Week, my favorites were Paco Rabanne which hasn’t shown anything spectacular per se but just keeps on catering to my inner boyish Carrie Bradshaw, Vanessa Bruno because, duh, Parisian chic, Rick Owens because he introduced my all time second favorite color (gold) to his voluminous, structural signature pieces, Raf Simons for pushing the limits of ugly elegance, a term btw I never knew existed until 2 years ago, at Christian Dior, Loewe because it’s basically a more colorful J.W. Anderson and there’s nothing wrong with that. Isabel Marant was what you probably have expected from her, which should get boring but still it’s pretty enough to make you get over that. Balenciaga was boring for me in shapes but really interesting in details and finally, I think …

Best of LFW Fall 2015

London Fashion Week is officially over as of today and I’m continuing the gather your favorite looks from the favorite collections in one post to save space move. I’m going to prepare a trends of F/W 2015 post at the end of fashion month but for now I have to give credit to some swoon worthy, sometimes psychedelic sometimes minimal but definitely not boring collections of London runways. Joseph and Thomas Tait are my two favorites; former being a beautiful representative of Scandy chic, latter doing justice to his LVMH prize with a classic (à la Nicolas Ghesquière for Louis Vuitton) collection.