Elie Saab’s spring-summer 2015 collection took the Lebanese designer’s creations to new depths with ombre effects, water prints and even fish-shaped motifs. Silk cady gowns, lace fabrications and leisurely trousers brought a seventies vibe to the new season.
Giambattista Valli presented his vision for spring-summer 2015 with an outing of sweet and feminine looks that did not shy away from embellishment. Mainly fringe, appliqué petal shapes along with embroidered leaves were the decorations of choice for the designer.
Stella McCartney channeled the seventies with a feeling of languid ease. From a white utilitarian jumpsuit as the opening look to denim top and skirt combos with whimsical zig-zags, it was all about daytime luxe for the Stella McCartney woman this season.
Designer Phoebe Philo took on nostalgia with a seventies inspired outing of looks. A contrast to the minimalist aesthetic that was popularized by Philo in the beginning of the decade, the new season featured flared pants, fringe and for the first time ever for Philo’s Celine—floral prints in kitschy blooms.
Lanvin creative director Alber Elbaz created a spring-summer 2015 collection which honored not only women, but also the house’s heritage. Wearable yet glamorous chic clothing has become the staple of Lanvin under Elbaz’s tenure, and this season was no exception.
Creative director Olivier Rousteing presented a lineup of army-inspired looks; the spring-summer 2015 collection was all about lines, stripes and grids. A color palette of black and white with pops of red, yellow and sapphire blue covered body con dresses and loose-fitting jumpsuits.
Marni designer Consuelo Castiglioni presented a spring-summer 2015 collection which seemed to evolve as each look hit the catwalk. Looking at the house’s DNA, Marni’s shapes are at once complex and simple; organic and crafted The same can be said for this latest outing.
Exploring the codes of the Ferragamo name, Giornetti told a story through textures ranging from frayed edges to tailored jackets and snakeskin bodices. The color palette transforms from natural, almost sandy beige to more bold spring brights such as yellow, blue and green hues.
From cropped jackets to ankle-length trousers, there is an ease about the Armani woman while still maintaining a timeless elegance. Spring’s color palette also reflects the natural inspiration—a mix of grey, beige, sea foam blues and bronzy metallics are dreamy yet powerful.
The new season is all about colorful and blooming flowers. From appliqués on sheer dresses to silk prints to even sequin applications, it is all about embracing nature. The color palette is certainly rich featuring shades of pink, yellow and blue.