I'd like to show you some of the best spring-summer 2015 trends that were seen during Paris Fashion Week. The following trend report comes with the most eye-catching looks and themes that are going to be spotted in the streets this hot summer season. You are going to see awesome Japanese culture touches, skin shades, 3D decorations, etc. I want you to take a look at the most amazing looks that were showcased at Paris Fashion Week.
3D decor. This hot season comes with complicated and voluminous silhouettes and 3D embellishments. Here we see see gorgeous dresses made by Alexander McQueen, that look like they were constructed of thousands of leaves. We see gorgeous creations from Vionnet that are embellished with oval fur applications. In other words, every single outfit appears like being printed on a 3D printer.
Here are shown Dries Van Noten, Vionnet, Alexander McQueen creations. It smells like haute couture to me.
Nude. It feels like designers have borrowed this color scheme from make-up and tonal cosmetics, starting from vanilla pink to sandy peach shades. It's better to choose those garments that fit your own skin.
Here we see sexy creations made by Givenchy, Rochas, Haider Ackermann, Hermès, Lanvin.
Bing in Japan. We see samurai outfits from Alexander McQueen, Japanese watercolor landscapes on the athletic dresses made by Carven, as well as cropped kimono belts. It seems like the Land of the Rising Sun is still in the minds of designers.
Here are showcased looks from Alexander McQueen, Andrew Gn, Carven and Alexander McQueen.
Sea World. How about making a excursion into the sea world. Just look at these gorgeous staples in the collections of Valentino, Elie Saab and Shiatzy Chen.
Floor-length dresses. How about wearing a long A-line coat this spring? We see silk and lightweight options that are ideal for sporting at special events. There is kind of Matrix inspired touch.
Here are shown looks from Haider Ackermann, Balenciaga, Christian Dior.
The silhouette. Here we see gorgeous 1970's inspired silhouette looks called 'Mermaid,' while the length of gowns is a bit shorter.
These are cool outfits made by Céline, Chanel, Kenzo, Stella McCartney.
This 2015 comes with a cool geometric print and it's a circle. Just look at these creative outfits that are great for those ladies who want to wear something special.
Alexander McQueen, Giambattista Valli, Alexander McQueen, Junya Watanabe.
Gladiators. During Paris Fashion Week designers have showcased masculine touches by offering its clientèle Roman Republic and Roman Empire inspired gladiator details.
Alexander McQueen, Valentino, Chloé.