Your Guide To The World Of Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collections And Trends- Part 2
Last week, we had a close look at the Fall/Winter 2014-2015 collections, only to pick some of the best trends that make a sense for the upcoming seasons. Why you might still be in the summer mood, we insist you make a list of your best trends from the options below and create a ravishing sensation for the classic fall season. Check the trends that ensure the style quotient.
The love for fairies: Honestly, nothing beats something that’s dreamy and merit like those stories we have heard while growing up. This season, many of the designers actually took cues from the old style fairytales and have turned them in fashionable ensembles definitely worth buying. Taking straight from Snow White, Alexander McQueen came up with something amazing and we love what we saw on the ramp. Same ideas were seen at the collections of Dolce & Gabbana and Valentino in other forms.
The man like suit: Nothing new but extremely likely to be the next big thing! Yes, we are talking of those tailored designs and suit formals that seem to be the perfect choice for the modern power woman. Borrowing the masculine looks, the designers have come up with heavy ideas that work well in practical sense. Among the designs that struck us were those from Hermès, Ralph Lauren, Maison Martin Margiela, Haider Ackermann, Stella McCartney, and Christopher Kane.
Get the khaki again: The military green in the khaki style was one of the best trends for Fall/Winter 2014-2015 collections. The best part is the extreme variation in different designers, and we had a great liking with what Calvin Klein and Balmain did with their collection looks. There were more than a few interpretations of the old style military appeal, and if you are looking for more ideas, you can check the collections of others like Vivienne Westwood, Isabel Marant, Alberta Ferretti and Paul & Joe.
The oversized coat with a twist: Winter clothing can be quite stylish and worth the season, but taking the temperatures in mind, designers have come with more than a few ideas. The quilting style has come to the runways in form of coats that seem to be made from duvets in the best sense. Ideal for intense days, these are items that would offer stylish protection. Ideas come from designers like Kenzo, Junya Watanabe, and Chloé.
The animal print is back: Yes, if you are in love with the feline kind, you know there is the leopard print that always works, and to add to the pleasure, the trend is back with a bang. From Giorgio Armani, Saint Laurent, Céline, and Givenchy to Gucci, and Balmain, we loved everything in the animal prints. For those, who have been wanted to invest in an overcoat for a long time, this is the season to embrace the feline look in style.
In our next part, it is a whole new look at the classic trends that emerged out of the Fall/Winter 2014-2015 collections. Keep an eye on this space for more.
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