Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 collections

So, here i go again from Paris Fashion Week. But for this season it's the last. A few hours ago the week has ended with Hermes. Here i bring you my personal favorite looks. I didn't want to go overboard with pictures so i went with really the top 8 ones.

Collage 1: 4 looks, first one is from Celiné. i Totally love it. This skirt knocked me out of my socks so i just had to post it. Also i love the entire collection. They went simple with colors but they did an amazing designs, and they went crazy with details. Second look is from Chloé, i love this dress, design they did is amazing, it is revealing but in a sexy stylish way. I love that it's white and i love strappy shoes, they went perfect with it. Entire collection is in that girly modern direction and i love it. The last two looks are from Givenchy. The shoes are perfect, the clothes are perfect. Designs are clean and sharp, very innovative, they used a lot of leather and darker colors. I love the entire collection, and not only that i love the way they have styled it.

Collage 2: First we go with Emanuel Ungaro. They did dresses, a lot of them but this is the one that popped out for me. It is very sexy and the fabric is fabulous along with the buttoning. It is a dress that really flatters woman's body. Second is Giambattista Valli, the collection is pretty colorful but this look is different. I don't know for you but this skirt really does it for me. It's so couture, it's insane. I know it looks uncomfortable, but it is so easy to make a great outfit out of it, this skirt is made for stylist to make magic with it. Next is Alexander McQueen, it's a very small collection of 34 looks. For me it's not the same without him anymore, but this is really great indeed. This look is amazing, details are fantastic, and fabrics too. The thing about Mcqueen label is that his clothes are really couture, really hard to make, something like putting all of your time in it. And it's hard to keep up with that. And the last but not the least is Sonia Rykel, she used a lot of dreadful pale colors, but she still pulled it off, the skirt and the entire look is insane. Very bloggerish.

So, dear mines this would be it from this season's Paris Fashion Week. I hope you enjoyed it as much as i did. 
Now we wait for Couture and Resort collections.

New posts about personal style, street looks, fashion news will be floating.

I love you all!
Nemania Lalatovich

 Céline, Chloé, Givenchy(last two)

Emanuel Ungaro, Giambattista Valli, Alexander Mcqueen, Sonia Rykel

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