Emporio Armani Fall/Winter 2015-2016 Collection – Runway *Looks* to fall in love!

Emporio Armani Fall/Winter 2015-2016 collection was shown in Milan Fashion Week,  on February 27, 2015.
A few words about collection:
Emporio Armani is classic Italian fashion in its purest form and this season was as smart, timeless and deadly serious as you’d expect. Overwhelmingly made up of office-appropriate separates, Armani played with subtle changes in silhouette as wide black leather frills wrapped around waists and over shoulders. Those same unfussy frills appeared at the end of sleeves, over hips and on the pockets of a fabulous two-tone fur coat.
Fur was used innovatively  on a skirt and jacket as a trim on what looked like purple silk petals, while shapes largely remained conservative. At the same time, there was a folkloric tinge to the floral appliqués on gray wool skirts, or a long quilted red coat, or a puff-sleeved dress that felt like a little girl’s look writ adult. The low-slung, wide-cut trousers had a Petrouchka feel. An artisanal knit subtext peaked with a couple of jumbo mohair sweaterdresses
That’s not to say this collection had no bite, details in red ran through the otherwise dark and muted palette lifting it into something a little more dangerous. . Shoes were secured at the ankle with thin straps or bound on with what looked like thick black ribbon and were wicked in the best possible way.


Runway *Looks* to love – Giorgio Armani womenswear Fall/Winter 2015 Collection

Giorgio Armani womenswear Fall/Winter 2015-2016 ready-to-wear Collection- Collection to love !
Elegant, chic, wearable! The King of Fashion -Mr. Giorgio Armani.
2 March,2015. Milan Fashion Week.
About Collection:
Tailored trousers – stalwarts of Armani, who began with menswear and pioneered power dressing for women in the eighties – dominated as always. This season they came in silk, slightly tapered and cropped to just above the ankle. The trousers were worn with high patent heels and soft jackets, some in black Velvet.
Other parts of the collection still felt right for the evening but demanded less of a stage. They could translate to a cocktail party, say, or a night at the theatre.
The tasteful and ageless wearable glamour of these designs was also implicit in other pieces. Models carried oversized clutch bags that could fit everything necessary for a night out while some had shawls slung over the shoulder.
Colours were mostly muted, ranging from slate grey to pea green, and there were heavily beaded three-quarter length jackets in pink, purple and pearly white.
Armani’s other influence, sportswear, was hinted at in sweaters cut to look like motocross jackets, wrap skirts worn over leggings and jackets patchworked from ponyskin. Overall, this was a collection that played up established brand tropes of evening elegance now familiar to Armani customers for 40 years!
I hope you will fall in love with this collection ( of course if it’s possible to fall in love with one collection?! With the Collections designed by Giorgio Armani is for sure possible,  more- there  is no way to not fall in love with this collection , see and decide by yourself! )
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Runway *Looks* to love -Hervé Léger Fall/Winter 2015 collection

Hervé Léger Fall/Winter 2015-2016 ready-to-wear collection. Hervé Léger by Max Azria- Collection to love!

Hervé Léger collection was presented during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York,on February 14,2015.

Hervé Léger by Max Azria is a brand that exist for a certain type of woman.  Hervé Lé´ger’s woman is sexy, confident,toned, and, most of all, cultured.

„You can’t wear Hérve Léger unless you’re very confident in yourself“ ,said Lubov Azria backstage at the Show.

Culture speaks to the body of Hervé Léger’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection, which fuses artistic ideas inspired by the architecture and artistry of Barcelona’s Gaudi.

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Undercover Fall/Winter 2015-2016 – A runway show that made you stop and think?

Undercover by Jun Takahashi – Undercover Fall/Winter 2015-2016 ready-to-wear collection.
Undercover is a Japanese fashion label founded in 1990 by Jun Takahashi, who has served as designer and creative director from the start.
It’s not often these days that a fashion show serves up a sociopolitical message—designers are too busy making new merch to have much time for reflection. Undercover’s Jun Takahashi has tended to operate beyond the fashion Mainstream.Takahashi served up a bemused critique of our culture’s obsession with youth and beauty today.The models wore creepy plastic-surgery masks that made their fresh faces look like they’d had work done: straighter noses, fuller lips, smoother foreheads, sharper, more defined cheekbones. Estate jewelry of women of a certain age added to the odd sensation of watching young women impersonate old women who were trying to look young again.
There were great clothes there—a section of oversize, blouson-style jackets; sculptural button-downs; draped and swagged knits; tortoiseshell-print plastic outerwear trimmed perversely in fur.
Great collection. Great Looks. I love it.
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Alexander McQueen Fall/Winter 2015-2016 – Collection inspired by rose.

Alexander McQueen Fall/Winter 2015-2016 ready-to-wear collection.
It has all the McQueen ingredients: drama, royalty, revolution, gothic beauty and Sarah Burton’s latest collection ticked all of the above and then some.
Alexander McQueen fall winter 2015/2016 collection is inspired by rose.
On the catwalk  Burton offered up the purest distillation of what she called „the spirit of the rose,“ a flower that begins with a tight bud that opens into a lush bloom and then eventually collapses back onto itself in gorgeous decay.
Sarah Burton explained:“I was thinking about the female form, and some pictures David Sims took of roses,” ….. “There’s such beauty in all stages of the life of a rose. So there’s this sense of a woman, who becomes slightly unraveled as she goes along and her clothing starts peeling away. . . .”

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