Fashion Fall-Winter 2015-16: Memory & feminism

Fashion Fall-Winter 2015-16: Memory & feminism 0
Fashion Fall-Winter 2015-16: Memory & feminism 0

From left: Carolina Herrera, No.21, Alexander McQueen

Originating from the literary movement formed in Western Europe after the French Bourgeois Revolution in 1978, romanticism is no longer a strange design style for designers.

Unearthly beauty

The dreamy quality of romanticism is described by designers through gentle, earthy designs that express the desire to take viewers to the infinite space, where dreams far from reality take wing.

What they have in common is their loyalty to nostalgic vintage beauty.

The contrast in character between thick cashmere or delicate tulle along with elegant lace material not only has purely decorative meaning but also shows diverse design thinking.

50 shades of expression

Design language and romantic stories are used by designers to convey many different levels of human emotions and moods on the Fall-Winter 2015-16 fashion catwalk.

Choosing color codes represents many different levels of emotions, sometimes deep and sometimes climax.

Fashion Fall-Winter 2015-16: Memory & feminism

From left: Chloé, Chanel, Burberry Prorsum

Not forgetting the message of feminism

However, romantic inspiration and the desire to escape from reality do not make women weak and sad.

Hidden behind the poetic designs is the spirit of innovation, rebellion, and doing what you like.

Creative Director Clare Waight Keller again explores the strong style of the model Chloé woman – gentle, loving and sophisticated through many designs that break traditional norms.

Joining in with this trend, designer Nicolas Ghesquière of the Louis Vuitton brand transformed the skirt suit’s style with a special ruffle effect that creates a fluttering look at the hem of the outfit.

See more:

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