3rd October 2015
A very graphic, and architecturally inspired collection. I really liked the shapes and prints created in these outfits, they felt truly original and creative. Feminine silhouettes were counterbalanced by masculine cuts. A very wearable collection, perfect for a RTW (ready to wear) show.
Key take-home message: Wear something creative, reminiscing of architectural glam.
A collection that strayed away from the classic Nina Ricci parisian romantic ambiance. It was Nina Ricci 2.0 if you will. It was modern in a vintage way (apologies for the antonyms, but it’s really the best way I can describe it!), fresh, somewhat sexy and very wearable and authentic.
Key take-home message: inject some modern and fresh outfits into your wardrobe
A fun collection with very deja-vu prints, reminiscent of old coutry house wallpapers. It had a lot of appeal to it, mainly for its edge, craziness, and floral patterns; perfect for spring. A Vivienne Westwood girl know exactly what she wants, and doesn’t waste time getting it.
Key take-home message: Add lively adornments to your outfits to make them fun and unique
A collection modeled by two of this season’s it girls, Kendall and Gigi of course. Silhouettes were clean, and classic; as were the signature florals. It was a summer affair filled with glamour and class.
Key take-home message: Keep wearing short dresses with gladiator sandals!
A very sexy collection, made for women ready to take on the world. Silhouettes were form-fitting, and very flattering. The right amount of skin was shown, and the designs felt very modern, covetable, and wearable.
Key take-home message: Feel good about yourself; show some skin, wear your favourite heels, and grab yourself a thigh-skimming blazer.