Saturday, December 06, 2014

Spring 2015 Fashion Week - Part 1

Oops! I just found this post of New York Fashion Week favs from the Spring 2015 runway collections sitting in my drafts folder - I guess that I started it back in September and never finished! Of course now the shows for Pre-Fall 2015 are happening, so I'm just going to go ahead and post this one so I can move on to diving into those! So much fashion week, so little time?

(New York, Paris, Milan, London, etc are all mixed up in here, I didn't divide them up as I normally do.)

This A Detacher collection was kind of brilliant, based on the idea of childhood boredom. It's like a whole runway show of doodles and dress-up in your older sister's clothes.



LOVE these Alice + Olivia looks! Love the black and cream combo. Love everything.

Altuzarra Spring 2015 RTW dress back detail

Everything about the back of this Altuzarra dress is perfect. Not gonna lie, totally stealing this idea for one of my next sewing projects.


Also loved the eyelashes for Altuzarra! Not sure I could pull off middle only falsies, but it looks cool.
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I wasn't a big fan of most of this Carolina Herrera collection, but the last two dresses used this sort of mosaic treatment that is awesome and should have been used way more. I dig it.



I love what David Koma did with diagonal lines and cutouts here! The sheer cutout thing has been totally overdone lately, but this still feels like a fresh take.



Everything about this Andrew Gn collection is genius.



Antonio Marras isn't usually on my designer radar, but I really loved this whole collection! (Except for most of the shoes.)



Oh man, there's a lot that I love about this Aquilano Rimondi collection. For one, I love dragonflies and they're a running theme throughout. I totally want a top made of that smaller print dragonfly fabric in the top outfit! Just love the second one that I posted in general - the colors and sort of vintage nightgowny feel work for me.

As with all Fashion Week posts, this is pretty photo heavy, so I'm going to break here and post more favorites tomorrow! 

All images via style.com

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