Chloé SS15/ PFW

Though Gabby Aghion, the founder of Chloé died on saturday, the showcase of the spring summer 15 collection reinforced the values of Chloé as a brand. This is an image that since being launched in 1952 has allowed Chloé the international recognition of being the epitome of French chic. Thanks to Claire Waight Keller, the pieces presented were  reflective…

Lagerfeld Confidential/ Reportage

Everything we consume changes the way we see the world, therefore everything we consume becomes part of our cultural experience(s). The most beautiful changes though, I would argue, are the ones we notice as they are happening. The experiences we go through and feel ourselves evolving while remaining in a moment of awe, admiration and self…

Rochas SS15/ PFW

Rochas has been breaking rules since 1991. When we thought we had seen it all,  combined an ultra feminine pieces with industrial while also taking sheer to another level. For those questioning the muses and inspirations, the designer observed wanting to explore“virginal shyness” and “blooming sensuality.” Overall, this is a collection reflects just that- something…

Vionnet SS15/ PFW

Delicate beauty. These two words suffice to describe the entire collection of Vionnet SS15, in Paris. Using fabrics that promoted light and transparency, shades of beige, white, peach, and light brown dominated throughout the entire collection; with the exceptional presence of black flower prints and embroideries. Seemingly, paying homage to Greek goddesses, pieces shown included asymmetric maxi…

Balenciaga SS15/ PFW

The presentation of Balenciaga spring summer 15 by Alexander Wang emphasises how the designer has mastered the art of modernism in ways no one else can. In a sports inspired collection, low key feminine pieces appeared in black, white, peach, nude and lilac colours. Prioritizing simplicity and fussy-less chicness,  jumpsuits, short, skirt and cropped tops made of sheer, fishnets…

Philipp Plein ss15/ MFW

“We are selling dreams and emotions, giving people the chance to dive into the dream,” he reasoned – no pun intended. The only thing left in fashion is reinventing the dream.”Philipp Plein observed. In a show that started with feminine pieces, sports luxe inspired pieces began to emerge, slowly making way for the grunge inspired looks….

Fendi SS15/ MFW

“If designers and architects conceive their work as a poet might conceive his poems, there will be a sensuous and emotional factor” said Karl Lagerfeld as he presented a collection inspired by French film-maker, painter and  sculptor Fernand Leger. An architectural muse meant Fernand Leger-esque prints on leather.Meanwhile the Fendi fur plus leather added an…