MANY SEEMS THAT CRUISE COLLECTIONS IMPORT ABOUT TRIP AND TRIP ON A YACHT. REALLY THEY REALLY LONGER STAY ON THE STORE SHELVES AND BECOME A PART OF THE BASIC WARDROBE OF ANY MODERN. WHAT THE DESIGNERS SEND IN 2015, READ IN OUR ANALYSIS OF TRENDS OF THE NEW SEASON.
Silhouettes and mood of the 70s swept the podiums of the Cruise 2015 season with a new wave. Designers are reviving the coolest attribute of those years - denim. Denim ensembles are best managed by Gucci, Thomas Maier, Acne, Emanuel Ungaro, Tibi, Suno.
Neon leaves no one indifferent. Love it or hate it - but even if the “king of couture” Jambattista Valley presented cocktail dresses in the brightest color spectrum, then it’s worth considering. Erdem, Preen, Diane von Furstenberg, Christian Siriano followed the example of the master.
Print "polka dots" is not at all corny filed with the help of new color schemes, shapes and textures. The classic combination of white peas on black was taken as a basis and creative directors Nicolas Gesquiere for Louis Vuitton, Karl Lagerfeld for Fendi, Peter Dundas for Pucci, as well as Kenzo, Versace, Ralph Lauren, Erdem, Preen and Giambattista Valli outplayed.
Reckless If the Bermuda has already bothered the most sophisticated women of fashion, and the culottes are not encouraging, then the designers give the following answer: shorts to the knees. This rather unpretentious item of clothing is well-styled in 3.1 PhillipLim, Suno and Rag & Bone.
A cruise would not have been a cruise if it had not been for the “striped” print, embodying the sea spirit and world travels. In 2015, designers decided that the stripes should be wider and brighter. Valentino and Pierpaolo Piccioli drew them in a zigzag pattern, Stella McCartney presented models in brightly colored stripes of candy colors. Other maritime print variations are Maria Grazia Chiuri, Marni, Derek Lam and Antonio Marras.
Hands in pants
The most stylish ensemble of the season - a trouser suit is presented in such a way that it will please everyone: strict skinny silhouettes or a more "relaxed" cut, double-breasted or single-breasted, black, white, gray - the costumes are again in our A-list! Browse the collections of Altuzarra, Louis Vuitton, Max Mara, Armani, Reed Krakoff, The Row, Rag & Bone, Vionnet, Derek Lam.
Basque The most feminine finish in design - a flirty peplum - is found in the new season both on the waist and on the sleeves and even on the hem. By the way, its usual size has increased markedly. The original form of the Basques is presented by Victoria Beckham, Ellery, Missoni, Simon Rochas and 10 Crosby Derek Lam. We appreciated!
Designers offer to dress again in khaki and sand uniforms with large patch pockets. Look for Burberry, Bottega Veneta, Calvin Klein, Balenciaga, Moschino, Donna Karan and Michael Kors.
Religious "boiled" things, or simply "boiled", are again in trend - largely due to the anniversary of the Woodstock Music & Art Fair, the famous 1969 rock festival. Inspired by the hippie era, Alexaner Wang, Michael Kors, Gucci, Fausto Puglisi, Burberry Prorsum, Bottega Veneta, Giles and Roberto Cavalli “dipped” their collections right into the thick of the coming trend.
The flora-rich garden in the collections of Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Valentino, Nina Ricci, Oscar de la Renta, Vera Wang, Tory Burch “bloomed” again with more graphic, large flowers.
Midi-length skirts seem to be at the peak of popularity in the new year. Great fit with Gucci, Valentino, Fendi, Dsquared².
There is nothing more sophisticated than a duet of individual matching clothing elements - for example, tunics with trousers. Marc Jacobs, Mary Katrantzou, Marni, Peter Pilotto, Prabal Gurung, Alexander Wang, Lanvin see their muses in outfits that are inherent in harmonious combinations.
More is better! It seems that several seasons of strict minimalism have prompted Fashion houses to diametrically change the trend they have set in style. As a result, the full scale in a variety of abstract prints and their unexpected location on the "canvas" of the collection. We are inspired by the work of Alexander McQueen, Proenza Schouler, Calvin Klein, Missoni and Issa.