News / trends 2015
Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Chloe and Stella McCartney highlights from their Spring 2015 Collections shown in Paris. Common threads run throughout all the collections include tons of white on white, mustard, cream and navy. Fabrics in sheer and cut-outs, flared mid calf trousers, all denim overalls, 70's collared fitted blazers and maxi flowing dresses. Take a look at what's to come.
It's always the first part of any outfit to start with, the bottom. A good skirt can be paired with a tailored jacket or a simple white tee. For Spring these 5 designers have not failed in their mission to deliver interesting, fresh and dare I say quirky skirts for the season. Excited already!
Ohne Titel NYC
Harare, NYC based designer from Australia
If you are like me and take this last week of the year to clean out your closet , evaluate what to keep and what to donate, it's great to keep in mind trends going forward. Here is a list of now and into Spring 2015 themes to inspire you from Miu Miu, Irfe, Lutz Huelle and Damir Doma.
Miu Miu has woven all top ten trends into her Spring collection. Everything seventies, suede instead of leather, gladiator sandals, wide leg pants, sheer tops, ruffles on anything, platform shoes, all white, dark denim and crop tops. With all of this coming together in perfection it's safe to say Miu Miu is the winner for best trend collection for Spring 2015.
Irfe is a French designer and starting to become one of my favorites. They have managed to be on trend in a very clean and cool , modern tomboy sort of way. Again, you see seventies maxi dresses, dark denim, crop tops, sheer fabric and tough girl leather. Go to Irfe.com
Lutz Huelle and Damir Doma are well tailored, luxury pieces that stay relevant for tons of future wear. Interesting take on sheer fabric, black sheer mid calf dresses, all white, black sheer pants that work, black sheer button downs that look safari and dark denim casual chic-preppy jackets.