Top ten trends from Paris Fashion Week Spring-Summer 2015.
The last point of our journey during Fashion Month confirms that many current trends are repeated in different countries around the world, so next spring we will see you in bright red and striped outfits! But in Paris, models were presented that remained unique in their kind.
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Absolutely snow-white models became one of the most popular at Fashion Week. We liked the options from Balmain, Alexis Mabille and Balenciaga.
Another element found in all collections is translucent ensembles. We’ve noticed this in almost every runway, including Barbara Bui, Ann Demenlemeester and Elie Saab.
Three-dimensional effect models have appeared on many ponding paths, ranging from fabrics drowning in flowers to fluttering feathers. We liked the Vionnet, Dries van Noten and Manish Arora options.
One of the most unexpected elements in the weekly runway was asymmetry in the designs from the hem of the garment to the neck and sleeves. We recognized this motif in the collections of Valentino, Maison Martin Margiela and Paco Rabanne.
Elements of Nature
Flowers, branches, palm trees and even corals have appeared on models whose designers have received pure inspiration from Mother Nature herself. We loved the outfits in the collections of Valentino, John Galliano and Nina Ricci.
Red is often found in collections along with white. We saw different shades of red at Roland Mouret, Aganovich and Acne Studios.
Whether it was graffiti, blurred watercolors or oil paint masks, art print was everywhere. We spotted catchy outfits in Isabel Marant, Kenzo and Leonord Paris catwalks.
Buttoned collars adorned even the most unrestrained outfits in many collections. We highlighted them from Rochas, Atsuro Tayana and Guy Lariche.
Shirts under dresses
We thought it was great: the technique to wear T-shirts, shirts or turtlenecks under a dress. This is found in the collections of Givenchy, Rochas and Olympia le Tan.
This classic look has shown its absolute leadership, appearing at Fashion Months in New York, London, Milan and finally Paris. For example, in the collections of Giamtatista Valli, Sonia Rykiel, Chanel.