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After the New York and London Fashion week, now’s the time to look towards Milan and Paris, as they present their forecasted interpretations.
The trends tend to overlap, but here are a few things that differed:
Gather the Pleats
Milan Fashion Week concentrated on a lot of silhouettes, but pleats were used by every designer in various forms. While some designers used light creases for pleats like Bottega Veneta, while Ferragamo brought grace through perfect alignment.
Paris Fashion Week showcased the other side of silhouettes; gathers. Givenchy and Nina Ricci among others united their personal inspirations and presented delicate and subtle styles in their collections.
Milan brought forward the fabric of the kings and presented the richness of the colors, with their own creativity. Roberto Cavalli’s idea of the rich-poor combination was clearly seen in his collection with Prada creating striped brocade providing an edge to the fabric.
Paris Fashion Week concentrated on the denim fabric and was seen in every collection with different interpretations. While Chloe stuck to more modest designs, Yohji Yamamoto presented his creation that symbolizes the women of today; the perfect combination of feminist and freedom.
Tracks Vs. Pants
In Milan Fashion Week, track suits became a part of the collection in textures and fabrics that made exercising look appealing. Fendi concentrated on comfort and textures that would work brilliantly for a casual occasion. Moschino which is known for its womanizing way conveyed the barbie doll woman image.
Paris Fashion Week, decided to follow the pant suits style forecast and came up with designs like Elie Saab’s lace pant suit that convey feminine elegance and beauty that is beyond comparison. Christian Dior on the other side presented the serenity and the gentleness that describes the heart of the woman.
As the Milan and Parish Fashion Weeks end the collections of Spring Summer 2015, we get an insight to the designers minds and how they translate their ideas into something that creates worldwide following.