This time I want to share with you Barbara Bui's pre-Fall 2015 collection which is meant for ueban free spirited ladies who have nostalgia for 1970's rock culture and fashion. The lookbook features plenty of structured black colored outfits with patent details, peasant printed ensembles, slightly flared pants paired with snug ribbed knits, purple and burnt orange velvet suits, sophisticated Brimmed hats (made in cooperation with Brooklyn-based label Clyde), vinyl and exaggerated coats. I personally felt kind of woman's dandy spirit in these sophisticated separates, which reminds me of a French rock and roll girl. Everything which is seen in this collection is meant for those ladies who want buy now and wear now clothes. The color palette includes white, black, grey, burnt orange, purple (cyclamen pink) and pastel touches.
The burnt orange suit worn atop cyclamen pink knitted top is a must-have for those who want something special in their everyday lives.
Light purple colored suit is a must have for those ladies who love wearing 1970's inspired outfits.
Here we see rich tapestry printed outfit. I love the vintage touch which makes it look very individual.
A peasant tunic looks vintage paired with mannish flats and tailored shorts.
The exaggerated coat is worn atop black separates. This cover-up is ideal for those ladies who want to look and feel more mannish.
Here we see a velvet pullover-tunic styled with pleated silk black trousers. The look is finished with a statement hat and gorgeous neckpiece.
Micro checkered blazer with leather black collar looks great with a black silk shirt and flares. Finish the look by adding black leather handbag and black fedora.
That's a cool, patent vinyl coat worn with white turtleneck sweater, black pants with side vinyl stripes.
Here we see a belted tuxedo with high shoulders worn atop white stand-up collar shirt and pale blue fedora.
Shortened jacket with patent panel is worn atop monochrome shirt which is tucked in black pants with side patent vinyl panels.
That's a fantastic look, which includes a black patent cape-coat worn atop black and white monochrome shirt tucked in patent black skirt. I love the pale turquoise wide brim hat.