For the SS15 collection, Maison Martin Margiela did what it does best – created a collection that was all about deconstructed tailoring, asymmetry and re-contextualising base fabrics and foundation garments.
Before the show, waiters were serving naughty canapés for all the guests attending the SS15 show in Paris. Perhaps, they were a little preview of what was yet to come.
Isabel Marant presented a beautiful collection during Paris Fashion Week, that showed that the designer always keeps true to herself while still keeping it fresh.
The phrase less is more certainly fitted the Salvatore Ferragamo SS15 collection well. The line up consisted of simple yet very sophisticated looks that had a subtle 70s flavor to it (we guess the 70s are back SS15).
This year Marni can celebrate its 20th anniversary, and they did, with a stunning SS15 collection that was a perfect way station between the past and the future.
Designer Consuelo Castiglioni started off with a group of monochromatic looks that, though they were simple, weren’t boring or plain at all.
Former Vionnet designer, Rodolfo Paglialunga, debuted his first collection for Jil Sander after being appointed as the new creative director back in April.
Paglialunga explored the idea of gender neutrality, and with good reason too, since the founder of the brand wanted to create fashion that put men and women on an equal sartorial footing.
Giorgio Armani introduced his stunning SS15 show with a short film called Sand, or Sabbia in Italian, by the Oscar-winning director, Paolo Sorrentino. Depicting a couple entangled in rope on a beach, this film was the perfect opening to a collection inspired by sand.
During Milan Fashion Week, Donatella presented a fresh new Versace collection that was contemporary, clean and strong. There is no doubt that the SS15 collection was a reflection of the latest work she created with Anthony Vaccarello for the Versus line showcased in New York a few weeks ago.
Sportmax presented a rather beautiful SS15 collection during Milan Fashion Week, where relaxation and effortless clothing seemed to be the key words.