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.
photo credit: vogue.com
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
26
Zuhair Murad HC A/W 2015
14
Alexis Mabille HC A/W 2015
Elie SAAB AW 15
Elie Saab HC A/W 2015
FENDI AW 15
Fendi HC A/W 2015
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Atelier Versace Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2015 Collection – When the Art meet Fashion

Atelier Versace  Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2015 Collection
Donatella Versace shown her new Haute Couture collection yesterday evening, in Paris Haute Couture Week.
 
It was a story of opposites on the Versace haute couture Fall/Winter 2015 catwalk, which opened the season on Sunday night. Designer Donatella Versace played with contrasting ideas – structure and flou, raw delicacy and powerful sex appeal, as well as asymmetric juxtapositions – for a rock and roll fashion fairy tale.
On a Plexiglas catwalk that encased over 25,000 orchids in shades of purple and yellow, the sprite-like Versace maidens, with their loose locks woven through with a crown of shimmering fabric flowers, took to the runway like a lineup of hippy deluxe devotees of Stevie Nicks. The music of The Doors ringing out on the sound track only accentuated the retro 70s vibe.
As backwards looking as the collection was – on the likes of Lara Stone, Joan Smalls, Karlie Kloss, and  Kendall Jenner – the shredded bell sleeve tops, transparent flower embellished inserts on second skin pants, and flowing chiffon dresses had a more youthful sensuality to them then has been seen on the Versace catwalk in some time. A sensation that the designer counterbalanced with some serious “These Boots Were Made for Walking” patent leather footwear.