1. snappedbybenjaminkwan:

    Kozue Akimoto at Kenzo SS 2014 Paris Snapped by Benjamin Kwan
    Paris Fashion Week

    (Source: benjaminkwan.com)

  2. pretaportre:

    Simone Rocha LFW Spring 2015 

    There was a fidelity there for successful silhouettes which have Simone’s DNA written all over them such as the dresses with exaggerated side paneling. Concepts for accessories were reprised but developed in new, innovative formats and fabrications.

    Simone’s tulle tailoring was faultless. She excels at originality and introduced us to old school, Hong Kong oilcloth for floral brogues to the thoroughly wearable, stunning white wallpaper brocade dresses with scalloped edge, a detail she also introduced to her gloves. | via Style

  3. womensweardaily:

    They Are Wearing: LFW

    Photo by Kuba Dabrowski

  4. stylebythemodels:

    Elaborate twinning at London Fashion Week SS 2015 with the most eye-catching street style pieces. 

    (Source: New York Magazine)

  5. Keith Richards, Tina Turner and David Bowie in NYC.

    (Source: 1973mraversion, via aminaabramovic)

  6. the-chanel-charade:



    Rodarte Spring/Summer 2015
    We get an exclusive peek backstage & before-the-show at the sisters’ best show yet.



    (Source: thecoveteur.com)

  7. pretaportre:

    Erdem LFW Spring 2015 

    Had Erdem been leafing through the pages of Joseph Conrad’s A Heart of Darkness? The show set was a huge, imposing forest and underneath the verdant vines Erdem proved that when it comes to creating clothes that women long to wear, he’s anything but green.

    Erdem has been riffing on the sweet spot between beauty and darkness for a few seasons now and for spring / summer 15 he found the balance. Floor length gowns were the form here, tiered, sheer, richly embroidered with botanics, with just a smattering of separates. A tweed sleeveless top was best, styled in a contemporary way with a delicate bag shaped like a book slung across the body. The amount of embroidery was vast and any hint of OTT pomp was diluted with boyish flat shoes. The leaf and branch stitch work sat against deco style windows stitched on to dresses, that and the high Victorian collars brought a classic, historic appeal to a collection that felt very right for now. | via Vogue

  8. womensweardaily:

    Meskita RTW Spring 2015

    In her show notes, Brazilian designer Alessandra Meskita cited “the dynasty of Egypt, the goddess of life and creativity” as her main inspiration for spring. For More

    For all RTW Spring 2015

  9. pretaportre:

    Antonio Berardi LFW Spring 2015 

    Berardi’s Spring Summer woman is as delicately dressed as she is fierce. Swathed in chiffon one minute and suited in sharp bonded satin flares the next, she’s armed for garden parties and city-slicking alike. From voluminous coral to emrbroidered silk skirts that flow like water, there was a lot to love. | via Style

  10. the-chanel-charade:


    The dresses at the Versus show were slashed thigh high and held by lions head piercings #NYFW #MBFW #SS15


  11. pretaportre:

    Details, Richard Nicoll LFW Spring 2015

  12. pretaportre:

    Marios Schwab LFW Spring 2015

    There’s often a film-noir quality to Marios Schwab’s clothes. His spring show opened with a beige trench coat — spliced into a cropped jacket and matching skirt — and concluded with finale columns that married lengths of silk crepe and chiffon with glossy straps resembling electrical tape. 

    He’s inventive, splicing sheer panels into the shoulders of cotton shirtdresses or the bodices of little black dresses. The collection skewed dressy, though in a moody vein heightened by gritty prints resembling crumpled paper or vintage movie posters.

     Scarf-point silk dresses and bi-level skirts offered flashes of leg, as did unfortunate jersey pants slashed open on the inseams. | via Style.and WWD

  13. teenvogue:

    What did our editors wear to fashion week? 

    Colors, textures, arm parties, oh my! » 

  14. shawnbrackbill:

    Alexander Wang SS15 

    © Shawn Brackbill

  15. pretaportre:

    Details, Marc Jacobs NYFW SS15’  | via Style