The Fall 2014 Ready To Wear fashion weeks are over, at least the most known ones are. So, this is the time to look at all the amazing shows presented this past weeks and make a little recap to all the great things shown.
Marc Jacobs' show was one of the first one that the industry, maybe because it is his first homonym show since he left Louis Vuitton. Naturally, that awaken the curiosity of the audience who was looking forward to see what's next for this designer.
Also, this was a turning point in Jacobs' aesthetics since that he went for a more minimalist vibe with loose silhouettes, neutral colors accompanied by pastels and organic materials. Must confess that, for me, the star of the show was the amazing outerwear.
Burberry Prorsum's shows is always one of the most anticipated ones for London Fashion Week and we can clearly understand why. To start, the whole collection is absolutely gorgeous! There's no way I couldn't absolutely love everything: the beautiful prints that reminds us of exotic places, the relaxed vibe that was present in every single aspect of this collection.
Dolce & Gabbana
This show remained us to an "Enchanted Sicily" and was supposed to makes us dream about fairy tales. Can you tell Domenico and Stefano never get tired of Sicily inspiration? Good, because neither do I. There's something really magical about this show that brought beautiful sassy colors, gorgeous silhouettes, a feminine breeze and the coolest prints. I think the images speak for themselves.
If you know me, you know that anything rock'n'roll will make my heart beat faster. But if you join rock'n'roll with Edie Segwick...it is just too much for my heart to handle. Anyway, I really enjoyed the youthfulness and playfulness in the collection, the outerwear was ridiculously amazing and the hats made me sigh. You know me, pipe bombing outerwear makes this girl happy.