How To Translate SS15 Trends & Shapes To Your Wardrobe
Being ahead of the fashion pack isn’t always easy, with so many new style concepts coming your way; wouldn’t it be great to be in the loop? Well you’re in luck, in this piece MFM take a look at a handful of trends tipped to be big next summer. Focusing on garments and fits, we do a roundup of the most wearable collections to date.
LANVIN – THE BARE ESSENTIALS
It can be noted that in Paris, Lanvin showcased one of the most-sleek collections to date, incorporating all of the signature attentions to detail. Uncompromisingly smart and practical, Lanvin managed to achieve a harmonious balance of quality, comfort and versatility. With garments significantly darker and an eclectic approach to styling, this collection worked wonders on the runway.
Inspired by Lanvin’s beautiful approach to tailoring, rocking dramatic colours next season is set to hit the big time. Experiment with it now…
JW ANDERSON – CASUAL LAYERING
Nostalgic yet unpredictable, J W Anderson’s SS15 collection is the epitome of glamourized loungewear. Loose fitting pyjama style trousers, twin-sets and belted gowns were featured throughout in humble retro shades. An emphasis on 1970’s knitwear was apparent with a series of quirky quilted landscape inspired sweaters.
J W Anderson is known for his innovative approaches to challenging gender roles within fashion; he showed onlookers a feminine collection with a masculine edge for equal measure.
Translating the essence of loungewear and comfortable shapes into your daily wardrobe isn’t that much of a tricky task. If you’re looking to make a statement in something incredibly easy to wear then look no further than the following investment pieces…
HAIDER ACKERMANN – SLOUCHY SLOANE
Eclectic tailoring paired with a sumptuous mix of rich brocade fabrics hit the runway at Haider Ackermann’s SS15 show. Dishevelled forms of dress inspired by gypsy travellers and pirates rocked 21st century style to a new ground-breaking level. Prints were kept minimal and colours subtle with layered jackets, metallics, dip dye, patent leather and florals.
Worn as a whole outfit this is certainly a big statement, but the look can be broken down to fine tailored pieces and luxury accessories. Shop these pieces to channel elements of this look…
ONE LAST THING…
After this short introduction to designer collections for SS15, we hope you feel a little more in the fashion loop of trends for next year. Translating one or two elements of the styles mentioned will add a little edge to your current wardrobe and freshen up a few tired pieces.