Vionnet Fall 2014 – Couture Gets Futuristic

As futuristic styles have been ruling the Spring 2014 runways, and have been doing pretty much the same during the present Fall 2014 Fashion Week, for Ready-to-Wear, Vionnet Creative Director Goga Ashkenazi, gives the signature Couture House a more futuristic twist. When a full skirt gets an artistic print. Grecian inspired silhouettes get a modern update. Madeleine Vionnet’s love for geometry came into play, when a leather skirt gets triangular pleats.

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Dries Van Noten Fall 2014 – It’s Eclectic!!!!!

Swirls. Florals. Stripes. Geometrics. And Tropical Prints. Whether: ruffled, embellished, or bedazzled. In the style of a: trench, long and flowly skirt, a pencil skirt, or even just a simple slouch. Dries Van Noten gives us the most eclectic and obsessive collection, yet!!!

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The Elegant 1940s Lady is Ready for the Future in Fashion at Carolina Herrera

In shows, Carolina Herrera kicked off today with a new theme in mind: That Elegant 1940s Lady meets the futuristic Lady. Making the two collide for a vibrant, yet Ladylike collection. Fur came in all hues, from black to a bright tangerine. Triangular shaped cutouts wrap around the neckline of a Classic 1940s style shift. Brightly hued Geometric prints give a floor length gown a futuristic zest. While tribal inspired earrings finish off pretty much every look. Now if the Elegant 1940s Lady is ready to face the future in fashion, then I don’t know who is.

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A Flawless Variety, Indeed!

Raf Simons definitely doesn’t take the Pre-Fall season lightly, as fabrics and styles of all kinds were mixed and matched together; creating one lavishly Chic collection. Classic silhouettes, signature to the House of Dior and much of which Simons has been using ever since he took the regins at Dior, like the elegant trench coat, full skirt, peplum suit, and the shift, now get a more modern and futuristic touch. As the trench coat gets revamped in a very textured tweed like fabric in a Ballet Pink. The full skirt gets printed in Plaid, and pairs with a top in a similar print of Plaid. The peplum suit gets two-toned. While the shift gets an Artisitic and Futuristic twist, with painted flowers and sequins. And a Classic tailored suit gets finished off with a Graphic printed robe, making me wish that I could make a splash into a pool, overlooking the ocean in Vietnam. Making Christian Dior, one of the finest Fashion Houses, ready to conquer the future!!!! For a Flawless Variety, indeed!!!!!!!!!!!!

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