30th September 2015
A collection which focused mainly on a bodycon look with alternating jackets. Texture was a key player in this collection, and it will certainly appeal to youthful girls wanting to look cool and confortable.
Key take-home message: Try wearing a bodycon instead of a Tee, and see how you feel!
This collection had long and loose silhouettes with a hint of masculinity with the boxy shaped clothes. Fun prints were introduced this season, which helped add a sort of Victorian vibe to the collection.
Key take-home message: Play with proportions and silhouettes this summer
A rich collection, which was equal parts confident and romantic (à la Margiela of course). The designer’s proclivity towards trash-style is evident in this collection, but this time it’s much more commercial!
Key take-home message: Keep it original and oversized this summer!
Dries Van Noten
“DID it look like I was having fun? It was supposed to!” laughed the designer backstage after the show. Indeed, the collection was very eccentric and vividly portrayed a flamboyant woman who is just living her life daringly! A positive juxtaposition of textures and fabrics were introduced.
Key take-home message: Have fun in life, wear the things that make you feel YOU.. always looking cool of course
A party collection with very intricate details incuded, such as embrodery, beading, and acidic hues. This collection was somewhat evocative of a sports-luxe ambience, and a 60s aura
Key take-home message: Wear embroidery and beading to add more interest to your outfit.
A collection which had a big investment on draping and a chiffon overdose. It was an ethereal collection with an architectural twist and asymmetric tops. One question though: are the chiffon “capes” removable? I hope so!
Key take-home message: Evening gowns don’t have to be simple. Instead wear ones with draping and pleating