Lyn Devon brings up a practical Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 season's collection of women's lean and luxury crafted ladylike garments. New season's silhouettes are lean, layered and cozy. We see lots of knits, elongated garments, coats, base layers and timeless prints. The color palette includes paprika, pale blue, dark green, pale fuchsia, dusty rose and burgundy. The following staples are ideal for work, day, night and cocktail parties. Every single outfit is extremely functional, as you can wear it during cold winter days. All in all, if you are looking for feminine layers, then you better check these designs:
Here we see a burnt orange elongated wrap coat worn with grey knit turtleneck worn underneath V-neck dark burgundy pullover and teamed with burgundy wide-leg trousers.
Please welcome Lisa Perry Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 season's collection of women's glamouring outfits in linear and geometric shapes. Designer was inspired by the late 1960's New York City architecture, but it feels like the overall mood is modern. You are going to see here color-blocking creations, gold hue dresses, hypnotizing black and white striped hoodies, animal print fur coats and zig-zag printed frocks. It's a pop-art world with Perry special geometric prints and fun details. If you like psychedelic and bright touches then you better look through these awesome creations. All in all it looks like the 1960's retro journey continues, but in a more modern way.
Here we see a pretty black A-line mini dress with color-blocked zigzag print. I like the way it's styled with gold hue lace-up boots.
Kaelen Haworth behind her eponymous brand showcased new Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 season's collection of women's patterned basics. New season was inspired by the cult TV show “Twin Peaks” and its character Audrey Horne. I personally see preppy retro outfits that come in a bit mannish touch. Models appear in sweet color blocking coats, belted wrap robe coats, straight fit cover-ups and fringed basics (I am in love with that plaid fringed top). Anyway, let's take a closer look at the following creations:
The cropped and fringed plaid blazer is worn atop pinstripe pale peach and pink shirt that is tucked in high-waisted straight fit below-the-knee skirt.
Kate Spade New York chief creative officer Deborah Lloyd presented new Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 season's collection. The Fall was inspired by Roald Dahl's "Magical stories," including Tales of the Unexpected, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. I love the way Lloyd keeps the clothes straightforward, fresh, modern and fancy. Models appear in sensible plaid jackets, fox illustrated dresses, tartan shirtdresses, leather coats, faux-fur clutches, chunky men’s crystal-encrusted loafers. The clothes feature that awesome playful vibe that is both elegant and simple.
Fashion model appears in black fedora, white two-buttoned wool blazer worn atop dark blue sweater in white grid and styled with navy pleated crop pants.
Designer and Chief Creative Officer Serge Azria behind Joie presented Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 collection of women's hippie rock and flower power outfits. The fall season was inspired by “Hair,” the 1968 Broadway musical. Models appear in muted color paisley dresses, suede boots and flared A-line skirts, peacoats, cream ribbed sweaters, high-waisted white flares, dark denim trench coats, etc. Speaking of fabrics choice, then we see amazing suede, leather, shearlings, etc. I love the way he mixes up layers and knits.
Model looks stunning in a plush black shearling moto jacket that is worn atop slouchy high-neck sweater styled with muted paisley print long dress.
If you are knitwear lover and you want yourself a beautiful and cozy apparel, then you better look through these stunning sweaters and draped cashmere capes that can be found in the latest Ryan Roche Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 collection. You are going to find beautiful garments inspired by the late 1990's minimalism and Annie Hall movie. Model appears in long cashmere dusters, beautifully tailored capes, shawls and blush shearling vests. The color palette includes monochrome neutrals, including light grey, soft peach, cream white, white and black. I like that special bohemian vibe that makes these clothes look sophisticatedly sweet. All in all, if you want yourself a perfect knitted look, then I highly recommend to try one of these perfect looks:
The camel fedora looks great worn with light cream white cashmere duster worn atop turtleneck ribbed knit dress. I am in love with black mannish shoes.
Sachin & Babi Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 season's collection is both relaxed, modern and ladylike. The wife and husband were inspired by proto-feminist icon Joan of Arc, especially by her armor. Designers Sachin and Babi Ahluwalia offer us gorgeous quilted bombers in abstract prints, quilted short skirts, felted wool sheaths, full tea-length dresses, long skirts, sequined varsity jackets, etc. I personally felt in love with unexpected patterns, ikat and digital prints. We see relaxed and embellished shapes with athletic touches and fashion forward details. All in all, it's a whimsical, feminine and fun collection with sophisticated shapes.
Ikat printed bomber looks awesome styled with mustard yellow culottes and dark navy pointed-toe pumps.
Please welcome Ana Locking Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 menswear runway show. New collection's name is DOPPELGÄNGER
and it's German word used to describe the double of a living person. “Doppel” means “double”, and “gänger” means “walking”. The starting point of Fall season was the Italian Neorealism in Antonioni’s films and his characters. The fabrics include satiny crepe, wool, mohair, cotton neoprene, fake metalized leathers and colored synthetic furs. The color palette comes with cadmium yellow, beige-green, grey-black, navy-green, brown, cobalt turquoise, heather pink, ivory white, tourmaline black, curry yellow, midnight blue, pink quartz, birch white, onyx black and dark copper. I personally like the wood splints print. Speaking of clothes, then we see awesome combinations representing two different types of styles, where the first one is the bespoke classics and the other one features youthful outfits. In other words it's all about contrasts and combinations.
Hussein Chalayan behind his eponymous label reveals new Fall-Winter 2015-2016 collection of menswear essentials. The Autumn season was inspired by the 1974 movie Murder on the Orient Express. I love the way Chalayan used snow-capped mountain as a jacquard that appeared on jackets, sweatshirts and hoodies, as well as blizzard that he turned into spattered flock pattern on plaid jackets and blazers. Everything looks great and modern. The color palette consists of mostly black colors. All in all, if you want yourself modern apparel that is both edgy and functional, then you better look through these looks:
In love with this modern looking black pantsuit. Love the fashion-forward closure of this blazer and the look of relaxed cargo pants.
Please welcome Coach Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 season's collection of women's ready to wear modernized urban garments. Creative director Stuart Vevers offers more sophisticated, bolder and somehow quirkier staples. You are going to see a beautiful line of shearling coats, flattering dresses, cover-ups covered with pins, black leather bikers combined with un-dyed shearling coats, etc. I personally like the way Vevers finds that perfect balance in outerwear and accessories. All in all, it's a timeless collection that for sure will amaze everyone.
Black biker versus shearling coat looks pretty amazing. I love the shearling combat boots.