Set on a circular runway. A man made rain pours down into a central pool of water. A ring of fire appears. While a ray of white light pops into the smokey air. Models walking on a black wooden floor. The show notes waxed on and on about the Equestrian and Flapper dresses, as foundation pieces, but when you look at the setting, you know the collection was all about the Four Elements: Earth, Fire, Air and Water. Roberto Cavalli seemed to incorporate that inspiration, all throughout the collection. As phython and leopard prints, paired with a fur Shaw give off an African Safari like feel. The hot red and orange prints of fire, so perfectly woven into a black Flapper dress. While tribal prints line a cocktail dress.
Originally posted on Tales From a High School Fashionista: Taking inspiration from Japan, Blumarine Creative Director Anna Molinari interprets the ideas, into silhouettes that just seem to be the Chicest thing at the moment. The golden embellishment on the black…
As WWD said, Girogio Armani’s Emporio Armani collection reminds us where, “menswear and feminine elements come together.” Neutral hues, such as black, white, and grey remain key throughout the collection. While a baggy black shirt, trousers, and a ladylike hat & pair of gloves. A knit sweater, black striped blazer, and velvet trousers. And a ruffled trench gets paired with masculine separates. To perfectly show where our favorite masculine and feminine staples meet, the sensual Emporio Armani way.
After their tropical printed Spring collection, (my favorite Spring 2014 collection to be exact), Veronica Etro, has been coming up with more and more ways to keep us all at the edge of our seats. For Fall, Etro tests out one of my favorite trends, Earthy, as basic outerwear, Earthy tones, and furs remain key throughout the whole collection. Another key trend seen all throughout the collection is the mixed prints. A trend that I show off a lot in my outfits, (check out my other blog, Tales From a High School Fashionista, and click on the tag, #ootd to see pictures of all of my looks); Etro seems to mix prints of all kinds together, whether it’s metallic paisley with a wool plaid, or a fair isle scarf with a cape in a print that looks as if it were a Persian rug. The collection, altogether, just seems as if there’s a perfect look for any of my Fall and Winter events.