Three collections from three different fashion houses. Everyone of them shows the artistic vein of fashion in different ways. Here you go!
JACQUEMUS AUTUMN WINTER 2014/2015:
Color-blocking meets asymmetric cuts in the very modern and artsy AW14/15 collection of youngster Simon Porte Jacquemus. The designer who abandoned his design studies after only three months seems to be THE new French fashion darling and convinces with unconventional, oversized and maybe even simple cuts. Favorite piece of AW14/15: the navy and baby blue winter coat with drop shoulders and red post-it appliqués on the sleeves. CHRISTIAN DIOR RESORT 2015:
Only a few days ago Dior and creative director Raf Simons invited their audience to unconventional Brooklyn where their upcoming Resort collection was presented. The leitmotiv of the shown designs: A modification of the typical french scarf “le carré” which turned into flowing, flowery and summery skirts and peplum tops. Imprinted with various beautiful, abstract flower and blossom prints. I feel like this might be my favorite collection Raf Simons has designed for Dior (so far). PRADA SPRING SUMMER 2014:
What can I say? There is probably not a single collection from Miuccia Prada which I do not admire. Every season again the new, artistic and funny designs of the Italian fashion house catch me even more. From the striped gauntlets on heeled sandals in combination with beautiful artwork prints of women’s faces on coats, dresses and tops to the Native American feather headdresses: this multi colored collection reminds me so much of the placative works from artist Richard Lindner who was a famous representative of the New Objectivity. runway looks and artworks via Style.com and Google pictures, collages by me