Fashion Flashback 2015 #2 – The Best of Haute Couture 2015

This time i want to re-view the haute couture 2015 collections. Haute Couture , the dream of most women but many womens has this bold pieces in their *wardrobe rooms*.
Every Haute Couture piece is an art, there is no doubt about it! But, not every piece of art is wearable , not every haute couture gown will make you look like a super star on the red carpet and not every haute couture dress would be the perfect look for some important event.  Of course the famous stars normally wear the pieces created for them by couturiers, this is clear , and , fo sure ,but  nobody wants to look like as an „lace iceberg“ in some   gown, or maybe i mistake?  Here are the  haute couture dresses from the  collections which were shown on the catwalks during Paris Haute Couture Weeks in 2015.
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Atelier Versace AW 15
Atelier Versace HC A/W 2015
Versace SS 15
Atelier Versace HC S/S 2015
Armani Prive AW 15
Armani Privé HC A/W 2015
Armani Priva SS 15
Armani Privé HC S/S 2015
Chanel AW 15 2
Chanel HC A/W 2015
Chanel AW 15 1
Chanel HC A/W 2015
Chanel SS 15
Chanel HC S/S 2015
Maison Margiela AW 15 2
Maison Margiela HC A/W 2015
Maison Margiela AW 15
Maison Margiela HC A/W 2015
Maison Margiela SS 15 2
Maison Margiela HC S/S 2015
Jean Paul Gaultier AW 15  1
Jean Paul Gaultier HC A/W 2015
Jean Paul Gaultier SS 2015
Jean Paul Gaultier HC S/S 2015
SChiaparelli AW 15
Schiaparelli HC A/W 2015
Valentino AW 15
Valentino HC A/W 2015
Zuhair Murad HC A/W 2015
Alexis Mabille HC A/W 2015
Elie SAAB AW 15
Elie Saab HC A/W 2015
Fendi HC A/W 2015

Armani Privé Haute Couture A/W 2015 -2016 Collection – Giorgio Armani expressed his creativity through his gorgeous design!

Armani Privé Haute Couture A/W 2015 -2016 Collection – Giorgio Armani  expressed his creativity through his gorgeous design!
Paris Haute Couture Week, 7 July 2015.
Giorgio Armani decided to view his Fall/Winter 2015 haute couture Armani Privé through rose colored glasses. Actually, let’s make that shocking pink glasses, as the Italian designer proposed a collection that was all about neon tinged afterhours colors and textural transformations.
All of the sartorial hallmarks the world has come to know and respect from Armani were apparent on his catwalk. The perfectionist tailoring, the bold jewelry, the shimmering eveningwear, a healthy dose of velvet, a fair share of feathers, and some serious statement hairdos.
But as Naomi Watts, Clive Owens, and Emmanuelle Béart looked on, it was the impressive play of vibrant colors deftly muted or exploited by the designer that was the novelty of the night. Many of the looks, from a sharp shouldered blazer in a degrade of silk Lurex and a full speckled jacquard skirt to a shaded silk buster dress or one in tiers of gauze, shot through with an assortment of colorful shimmering wool, explored a sophisticated color play.
Watching the collection unfold, it was almost as if Armani had captured the undulating beauty of neon lights from a dance club reflected in the inky black puddles on a rain slicked asphalt. Their harsh reality softened by the designer into something elegant and just a tad louche.
The other major story of the collection was the textural nature of almost every outfit. Shaded feather, fringing, or three-dimensional beading made the ensemble more tangible and tactile.
Combined with the rich color palette, the clothing in this couture collection was, to say the least, impressive.

  “I wanted to express my creativity!”said Giorgio Armani  during a preview of his Armani Privé collection. 

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