Thursday, May 14, 2015

Milan Fashion Week: Spring/Summer 2015 Colour Trends.

Neutrals and beige tones were the biggest highlights of Milan Fashion week spring/summer collections. The runways also revived the monotone dressing of wearing one colour from head-to-toe. These are the colour trends from the spring/summer collections of Milan 2015.


From L-R: Georgio Armani, Dolce and Gabbana, Gucci, Versace and Etro


From L-R: Bally, DSquared2, Salvatore Ferragamo, Ermanno Scervino and Gucci

Blush Pink

From L-R: Blugirl, Fendi, Elisabetta Franchi, Etro and Blumarine


From L-R: Trussardi, TODS, Gucci and Moschino


From L-R: Etro, Emilio Pucci, Tods, Franseco Scognamiglio and DSquared2


From L-R: Moschino, Gucci, SportMax and Emilio Pucci

Pale Blue

From L-R: Roberto Cavalli, Trussardi,Tods and Andrea Incontri


From L-R: Costume Nationale, Dolce and Gabbana, Emmanuel Ungaro and Sportmax


From L-R: Bratis, Tods, Philip Plein and Emmanuel Ungaro


From L-R: Blumarine, Gucci, Bally, Trussardi and Marco de Vicenzo  

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Dark Lipstick At The Met Gala 2015

From L-R: Adriana Lima, Claire Danes, Carey Mulligan and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

The one trend that brought unity to the diverse and eclectic looks at this year’s Met Gala was the almost universally adopted dark lip. From those feeling a little shy and going for a glossy plum, to those feeling bold enough to embrace matte, burgundy tones, all eyes were on the perfectly painted pouts of the A List.
A statement lip celebrated after Fashion Week, when models at Giles and Emanuel Ungaro worked gothic, dark lips, we're excited to see it taking hold on the red carpet.
For too long has the dark lip had connotations of being overly gothic or being just for the colder months, but its springtime embracing by the cream of the Hollywood crop looks set to change that. It's easy to idolise a trend on the catwalk, but in real-life practice it can be harder.

Credits: Graziadaily

Sunday, May 10, 2015

The 2015 MET GALA

The dress code for this year’s Met Gala was "Chinese white tie," to tie in with the exhibition "China: Through the Looking Glass." For most this translated into wearing red. For Madonna it meant wearing a cape with your album name on it. While for Rihanna it meant wearing the most fabric she could get her hands on. In the sea of sequinned nude dresses and lots of red, here are some of the trends spotted on the Met Gala Red carpet.

Bare Shoulders. Rihanna, Diane Kruger and Katy Perry showed off dainty shoulders in shoulder baring gowns.

From L-R: Alexa Chung, Rihanna, Karen Elson, Katy Perry and Amal Alamuddin

Cut Outs. Miley showed off her hipbones, Kendall Jenner bared major side boob while Elizabeth Banks displayed abs in strategically cut-out gowns.

From L-R: Selena Gomez, Jennifer Lawrence, Kendall Jenner, Cara Delevingne and Elizabeth Banks

Asymmetric cuts. Long sleeves were paired with bare shoulders on the side and a lot of one arm displays from Jennifer Lopez, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Carina Lau.

From L-R: Jennifer Lopez, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Joan Smalls, Liza Caplan and Carina Lau

White. Selena Gomez, Amanda Seyfried and Diane Kruger stood out from the sea of red in white gowns.

From L-R: Amanda Seyfried, Selena Gomez, Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Connelly and Diane Kruger

Long Sleeved Gowns. Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Connelly were visions in white in their highneck long sleeve gowns along with Gabrielle Union and Kris Jenner.

From L-R: Miley Cyrus, Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Connelly, Kris Jenner and Gabrielle Union

Red. Red was the colour of the night as most guests almost blended in with the red carpet like Amal Clooney, Hailee Steinfeld and Helen Mirren.

From L-R: Hailee Steinfeld, Helen Mirren, Amal Alamuddin, Poppy Delevingne and Rose Byrne

Plunging Necklines. Necklines dipped a litter lower and further apart for Sienna Miller, Jessica Chastain and Rose Byrne.

From L-R: Sienna Miller, Rose Byrne, Georgia May Jagger, Gigi Hadid and Jessica Chastain

Nude. The other trend of the night was nude courtesy of Beyonce, Kim Kardashian and Candice Swanepoel.

From L-R: Beyonce, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Candice Swanepoel, Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Lopez

 Credits: graziadaily

Saturday, May 2, 2015

Coloured Stripes.

From L-R: Poppy Delevingne, Alexa Chung, Cate Blanchett, Lena Dunham and Zendaya

Stripes remain a designer favourite as one of the biggest trends for Spring/Summer and the runways of London Spring/Summer 2015 shows were filled with them but with a twist. Designers gave this trend colour, a break from the pin jail house stripes that we have been imbued with. This season, stripes  came in big and bold colourful lines giving the runways a cheerful look.
Lots of celebrities have been rocking this cheerful take on a staple trend up and about the various red carpets. Poppy Delevingne and Cate Blanchett were designer favourites in striped Emilia Wickstead dresses. Poppy wore the bold green and black striped dress to a fashion week show during London fashion week spring/summer 2015 and Cate Blanchett in a pink and purple stripes to the Australia premiere of Cinderella. Lena Dunham looked on trend in her horizontal pale blue and white fit and flare mini at the premiere of It’s Me Hilary while Zendaya was a ray of sunshine at the recent Kids Choice Awards in a yellow Versace skirt and top with colourful stripes.

From L-R: Dolce and Gabbana, MSGM, Philip Plein, Etro and Stella Jean

Monday, April 27, 2015

Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 Trends.

7os influences filled the runways of New York, London and Milan was not any different. The prints were vibrant, fringe came on everything and most of all an air of transparency as witnessed on all collections was the general source of inspiration when it came to spring'/summer trends from Milan. These are the trends Milan had to offer Spring/Summer 2015.

Colourful Prints. From polka dots and florals to stripes, prints come in an abundance of colour on the runways of Milan at Gucci, Moschino, Roberto Cavalli and MSGM.

Animal Influences. When it came to spring/summer collections. Zebra – snakeskin and tiger prints featured a lot at Emporio Armani, Salvatore Ferragamo and Elisabetta Franchi.

Halter Necklines. This neckline made a serious comeback on the runways of Milan courtesy of Ermanno Scervino, Emilio Pucci and Costume National.

Lace. First spotted on the runways of New York, lace skirts paired with shirts made it to Milan albeit with more femininity at Dolce and Gabbana, Alberta Ferreti and Roberto Cavalli.

Gingham. This old English classic trend made rounds at New York and London and now Milan. Luisa Beccaria and Stella Jean gave it a hand in cementing its place as one of spring/summer 2015’s biggest trends.

Matching Prints. Forget mixing and matching to make an outfit work. Matching prints from head to toe is back in fashion and Milanese designers all went for it.

Denim. We are used to seeing denim from DSquared and Dolce and Gabbana but now, the fancy blues appeared at Prada, Gucci and Roberto Cavalli too.

Transparency. It was all about light, airy and transparent on the catwalks of Milan. Roberto Cavalli, Prada and Antonio Marras brought this feel in the their transparent and mostly sheer ensembles for spring/summer 2015.

Cropped Top. Either worn high enough to cover the breast bone like at DSquared or just above the navel, this abs baring trend is not going anywhere for spring/summer 2015.

Fringing. The most popular of all 70s influences aside from the vibrant prints, fringes came on all things in Milan like on shoes from Alberta Ferreti, a pleat from Fendi and as tiers at Elisabetta Franchi.


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