Runway

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Year
Season
Designer
  • Alexandra Ilyashov | September 26, 2014

    Lanvin Spring 2015

    Alber Elbaz toasted Lanvin’s 125th birthday with a catwalk full of looks that nodded to many of the house’s hallmarks without feeling the least bit tired or stale. There was lots of Lanvin blue to go around (that lovely, medium-deep shade, nearly navy but not quite) with some of Elbaz’s favorite mods over the years trotting

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  • Paige Reddinger | September 26, 2014

    Carven Spring 2015

    At Guillaume Henry‘s show for Carven at the Grand Palais, the models marched out very rapidly, practically flying down the runway. It was energetic, albeit a little difficult to capture a great social media shot (quite the editor’s predicament these days…). What ensued were ’60s silhouettes like A-line dresses, zip up coats with sharply pointed

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | September 26, 2014

    Rick Owens Spring 2015

    Rick Owens’ interpretation of ballet isn’t the pretty, proper, pale pink read on the art form that most designers would turn out. Instead of the urbanist’s uniform of all-black and dark hues that typically comprise an Owens collection, the designer dabbled, with restraint, in pastels and light neutrals. Tutus weren’t involved, despite the ballet inflections, but a

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | September 26, 2014

    Isabel Marant Spring 2015

    What will Isabel Marant‘s cool girl acolytes be clamoring for come Spring? Short hems (prime those gams accordingly) and new riffs on fringe and pleats were the looks that trotted down the runway at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. A light touch was employed on myriad knits, and those saucy noir micropleat minis should fly off shelves (Marant

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  • Paige Reddinger | September 26, 2014

    Nina Ricci Spring 2015

    Peter Copping‘s show for Nina Ricci had all of the femininity and softness that is the brand is known for, and thankfully, there was some respite from the ’60s and ’70s. Copping instead was looking at the ’40s. More specifically, to 1946m when Madame Ricci and her son used scale models of couture dresses to promote

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | September 26, 2014

    Issey Miyake Spring 2015

    Sculptural chapeaus and equally architectural clothes ruled the Issey Miyake runway. Obviously there were high-tech fabrications and brilliant pleatings to faun over, from the clean, glow-inducing all-white opening looks to a nearly autumnal patterns and some wear-everywhere, all-black looks, plus a couple lovely pops of daffodil yellow and periwinkle. The clothing was set against a backdrop of

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | September 25, 2014

    Guy Laroche Spring 2015

    For paired down elegance, look no further than the latest from Guy Laroche. Here, Marcel Marongiu focused on neutral coloring and fuss-free silhouettes. Of course, a little inspiration goes a long way and Marongiu received his in the form of Claire McCardell. The mid-20th century designer of luxury sportswear was most esteemed for her poplin dress, and today her

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | September 25, 2014

    Dries Van Noten Spring 2015

    The invitation for Dries Van Noten arrived to our hotel as a tiny clear box filled with moss. The message became clearer inside the venue where hazy lighting hung over a carpeted runway that was woven to look like moss. The carpet was done by Alexandra Kehayoglou, an Argentinian who is the 4th generation in a family

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | September 24, 2014

    Balenciaga Spring 2015

    How did Alexander Wang fare on the runway in Paris with his fourth collection chez Balenciaga? Exceptionally well. Ready for a brilliant new riff on netting? How about some killer off-the-shoulder action? Perhaps some seriously chic takes on pastel that are anything but passé? Check, check, and check. And never mind that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were

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  • Dena Silver | September 24, 2014

    Rochas Spring 2015

    Alessandro Dell’Acqua‘s second full collection for Rochas makes it clear that the designer is settling into his new gig nicely. This season, the vibe was quite romantic, with plenty of wispy fabrics, sweet florals, lacy tidbits, and prim little bows. The looks avoided being precocious thanks to complex details and involved layering. A lace blouse, layered

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | September 24, 2014

    Vionnet Spring 2015

    Walking into the Vionnet show last night at the Cité de l’architecture et du patrimonie was like walking into a sauna. One sweater-clad guest exclaimed, “I’m going to smell like a wet dog! I’m not even wearing a t-shirt underneath this!” On the other side of the room one front-row guest, who didn’t seem to mind

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  • Dena Silver | September 24, 2014

    Cedric Charlier Spring 2015

    Need a reminder of how much work really goes into the production of a full ready-to-wear collection? Cedric Charlier opened his Spring show with a handful of nearly unfinished pieces. These expertly-tailored separates and dresses were criss-crossed with various types of stitches, leaving threads dangling from a refined black silk blazer and a pale pink vest. They also added

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  • Dena Silver | September 24, 2014

    Jacquemus Spring 2015

    Looking to acquire some sailing stripes? Look no further than the Spring offering from Simon Porte Jacquemus. The designer’s playful, fun collection was a delightfully refreshing way to start off the Parisian leg of Fashion Month. The designer transported the Jacquemus audience to the Sud de France via crisp white cotton interspersed with playful stripes in primary colors. While some

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | September 23, 2014

    Anthony Vaccarello Spring 2015

    Anthony Vaccarello‘s sublimely sexy Spring collection featured his signature asymm ultra minis in an open concrete space with graffiti-lined walls that overlooked the Seine at Les Docks at Cité de la mode. Curiously, as we waited for the show to begin a pontoon boat casually floated by with men in preppy navy sweaters. It was not

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | September 22, 2014

    Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2015

    Bullfighters gone chic! Dolce & Gabbana’s latest romantic vision riffs on the somewhat unromantic, bloody Spanish sport. Sexy, cropped jackets paired with high-waisted briefs in solid noir, black-trimmed red, and a rich bordeaux and black print, while frilly flamenco stylings appeared in polka-dotted form. Classic D&G embellishments, lavish and delightfully excessive, cropped up everywhere, including

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | September 22, 2014

    Salvatore Ferragamo Spring 2015

    Crisp, elegant looks in creamy hues opened up creative director Massimiliano Giornetti‘s sophisticated Spring offering, followed up by a few takes on snakeskin and richly textured nudes aplenty. Color was used (very) sparingly, like a handful of ribbed, swishy monochrome frocks in buttery yellow, emerald green, and tangerine, sprinkled throughout the collection, and patterns were equally

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  • Dena Silver | September 22, 2014

    Marni Spring 2015

    In honor of their 20th year in the biz, Marni opted to celebrate with a whole lot of flowers for Spring. So many blossoms, in fact, the maison actually opened a one-day-only market dedicated solely for blooms, allowing fashionettes to peruse the buds alongside the locals. Did this floral adoration find its way into the collection, too?

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  • Dena Silver | September 22, 2014

    Bottega Veneta Spring 2015

    What toes the line between cozy, comfortable, and chic, without a hint of messiness? That would be the Spring lineup from Bottega Veneta, where Tomas Maier looked towards ballet and its accompanying activewear for insights for his latest collection. For weekend jaunts, soft colors were paired with equally soft fabrics. Take, for example, a pale grey sleeveless and

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  • Dena Silver | September 22, 2014

    Emilio Pucci Spring 2015

    With a touch of fringe, a bit of macrame, and a healthy dose of bell bottoms, it’s clear that Peter Dundas had his eye on the ’70s for his latest offering from Emilio Pucci. But that didn’t mean the selection was limited to costume-y period pieces. A saccharine sweet ivory short suit was followed up by

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  • Dena Silver | September 22, 2014

    Roberto Cavalli Spring 2015

    Roberto Cavalli is always bold, never boring, and his Spring collection just furthered that notion. Psychedelic prints in gleaming reds, blues, greens, and yellows were accompanied by monochromatic black, brown and white ensembles. Texture also played a major role, taking shape in ornate pleating, ripped denim, croc-embossed leather, and sequins. Lots of sequins. There was also a bit of normcore

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