Here is my last set of Spring 2015 catwalk reviews. Is it just me or do you all feel that this season has been exceptionally dull?
that Giambattista Valli has nailed the whole pretty girly thing – but kept it ultra chic.
how this brand has grown to become a consistently strong, beautiful presence in the fashion world. Giambattista Valli was by no means a newcomer to the industry when he started his namesake company but he has risen to be one of my most anticipated shows, both on the ready-to-wear and the couture catwalks.
Sacai’s eclectic mix of military, lace, delicate print, sheer, and fur.
that Fausto Puglisi might just be the man for the Emanuel Ungaro job.
the cute Chanel knits. But this good stuff was few and far between.
that Valentino consistently pleases me and surprises me.
more beautiful Valentino.
that Alexander McQueen made nice dresses this season that human beings could actually wear.
that Louis Vuitton was a marginal improvement on the previous seasons and there were actually a few nice things. But it still gets a C minus for being generally not very good.
that Miu Miu was very on-brand and quite nice.
that Christophe Lemaire kicked off his last Hermes show with an incredibly chic tunic sweatshirt.
that this entire Hermes show was so elegant and beautiful. I’m feeling a bit sad that Lemaire is leaving now, why did he save the best for last?
that this Stella McCartney show had way too many gimmick cut outs.
that Stella McCartney seems to have made jumpsuits her signature piece. These are totally not cool.
that Sonia Rykiel may have lost her mojo and it might not be coming back (this was also evident by her store windows in Paris two weeks ago.)
that Saint Laurent’s opening look resembles last season. And the one before. Can we get a new idea in here please?
that I just can’t understand how and why this brand is doing so well at retail. I can accept that people would want to wear these clothes, but I CANNOT accept that people would pay over $2,000 for any one of these outfits, when the same can be found at Topshop or in Camden Market.
opening the Chanel show with a sloppy, poorly fitting suit. And Cara. I am sick of her.
an appalling mix of print and material at Chanel.
Chanel’s protest. But you know what is worse? That the brand’s muse, Amanda Harlech, described the collection as “Clothes for every single woman-girl.” Guess what? Not every single woman-girl can afford $5,000 jackets. Stop the bullsh*t protests and just go back to making ridiculously expensive clothes that are ACTUALLY NICE, please.
Images from Vogue.com.