MILAN FASHION WEEK F/W 15 COLLECTIONS

Lane-crawford-SS15-spring-collectionDear readers, I wish I’ve already shown you a bit before the feedback of my first Milan Fashion Week runways shows! Unfortunately, as my studies have taken a huge place lately because I had to catch up my backlog at school with lessons that I missed, I didn’t have a better time than today to post this feedback – grrr I know, shame on me… So far so good, I’m finally here to show you the most important shows I had the opportunity to attend! Please find below each designers collection with my personal opinion and feedback and I can’t wait to wee you on the blog again for another new look!

Chers lecteurs,  j’aurais tant souhaité poster plus tôt ce feedback des collections que j’ai pu voir en live à la Milan Fashion Week dernièrement! Malheureusement, mes études ayant pris une place importante ces jours précédents, j’ai du rattrapé mon retard suite à mon dernier voyage. J’ai cependant trouvé un petit moment aujourd’hui pour vous montrer mes designers favoris ci-dessous! J’espère que vous profiterez de ce feedback ainsi que ma petite opinion personnelle concernant les défilés auxquels j’ai pu assisté. Ceci dit, j’ai hâte de vous revoir sur le blog, et vous montrer de nouveaux looks!


ALBERTO ZAMBELLI

Alberto Zambelli was far one of my favorite designer’s collection! He did a deep introspective and hermetical research of the feminine essence that leads to the discovery of the incorruptible and magic beauty. He added colors on textures that have some rhythmical surfaces such as cashmere, wool, double faille, alpaca-silk which are the players of a between empty and full in the pureness of the minimalism style. His collection seems comfortable to wear by the soft lines and fine materials that alternate between masculine and feminine. It was finally all about the  soaked woman in mystery which is modern and cultured. The whole collection created this intoxicating union of Eastern European and Arabic cultures.


FATIMA VAL’

Fatima Val’s collection was a perfect balance of soft textiles with flannel, delicate wool, soft knits and fur that vary in texture warming body and soul. The designer went in a search for new forms,new image of a strong and independent woman who stays above circumstance – while remaining true to herself, she goes straight ahead with her head held high no matter what. I could also feel that Fatima Val tried to play with fabric drapes and the endless possibilities of transforming each item. As a result, the main color motif is the combination of black and red, well done Fatima!


 NICHOLAS K

Well, Nicholas K created  his new collection that stands above the norm with elegant precision and functional details, from innovative fabrics to twisted wrap treatments on tops and multi-functional constructions. Through his new pieces he offered to us, I saw come constructed and natural fibers with innovative design features as you can see on the images above and below. This sensations collection allows people to drape and mold into the silhouette of their liking and that is what I loved the most!  In this manner, his new clothing design was so endlessly versatile that it created a new modern wardrobe


CHICA LUALDI

With Chicca Lualdi, I can guarantee you that there was a throwback to the formality of 60 and 70s volumes for the glamorous dress and striped middle pants. Yes, my dear readers, there was an search inspiration into well- defined cut of the silhouette, reworked and interpreted in modern fabrics with a compact weave, sharp flashes of colour that alternate with geometric cuts. Chicca Lualdi attempted to create a “clean-cut and essential” fashion that isn’t boring or frozen, simple but not banal, feminine and sophisticated. Her new collection’ style revealed a great message that shuns the word “luxury” to express uniqueness with quality and essence through colors such as Navy and Denim blue, Beaujolais, Sage and Poudre. The designer used sophisticated fabrics as wool crepe,double cashmere, and jacquard duchesse with patterns like Organza with deerskin details. I loved the navy blue and brown fox coat fur because of the 3D effects which gave a pure charm to the style.


MESSAGERIE

Messagerie’s new collection was on point! It’s like there was a  jump back into the past with mysterious veiled tones. The materials were characterized by the tie-dyed cloth, jacquard, wax, structural blazers and dress. The colors charted besides black and camel proposes an alternating of blue and burgundy, with touches of army green and off-white. The linings are camouflage tone on tone to complete the refinement and attention typical of every piece of the collection. The designer found his inspiration from the evening ambiance because of the wool fabrics mixed with lurex, velvet suits with shape memory effect. I do think that Messagerie confirms the desire for elegant rebellion with a real neglect of any stiffness.


PLANET FASHION TV – La maison du Couturier

Planet Fashion TV is an online magazine led by a team of journalists, trendsetters, and international correspondents. They organized a private runway show at ‘ Le château Montfort’ where I discovered some talented designers such as La maison du couturier(have a look above) or FIRST by Gil Santucci. To be honest, I didn’t expect something brillant for a Fall/Winter collection this year, I just wanted to see more about simplicity and I finally found it through La maison du couturier.  The pieces were in a somber tone followed by some large cuts and shapes that suited well with the electric black and red colors with a touch of camel to not forget the trendy style. As you see, it was rocky, mysterious and above all:  edged!

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