With Paris Fashion Week wrapping up in the next few days, who has time to view all the latest shows that were on offer for spring 2015? We’ve done all the trend forecasting so you don’t have to!
With designers such as Balmain, Jean Paul Gaultier, Mugler, and making headlines this season, below are just some of SHESAID’s five favourite trends of the week.
Where: Chloé S/S 2015
Head designer Clare Waight Keller continued the Chloé legacy by sending girly dresses down the runway for next spring/summer season. Who doesn’t love a little white dress during the warmer months of the year? Models accessorised these looks with simple hair and makeup, and of course a staple summer sandal – the gladiator.
Where: Acne Studios S/S 2015
Swedish fashion house, Acne always delivers with their strong collection of minimalist-inspired threads. The main attraction for us was definitely their take on the power suit – and showcased a deep V neck and wide-leg pants which are a must for the spring season.
Where: Mugler S/S 2015
Looking at towards evening-wear options, Mugler offered a solid amount of red carpet looks which are definitely inspired by the crop top. Supermodel Karlie Kloss wore one of the best (and final) looks of the collection, which was a crop top with a sexy metallic trim. Pair with a asymmetric skirt for a flawless look every single time.
Where: Isabel Marant S/S 2015
Probably one of the coolest fashion houses at the moment is Isabel Marant, and this collection surely didn’t disappoint. With not a heel in sight, models were instead wearing flat t-bar sandals which made the looks so much more realistic. Fringe skirts and frayed shirts were one of the main looks from this collection, and will surely sell-out once the collection hits stores.
Where: Balmain S/S 2015
Head designer Olivier Rousteing brought back the iconic jumpsuit, albeit with a sexy twist. The top half was more tight fitting, and featured two cut out pieces which balanced out with the lower proportions of the outfit. Pair with stiletto heels for a perfect look on a night-out, or even an alternative to an evening dress.
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