Dolce & Gabbana’s collection took inspiration from the Spanish in Sicily between the 15th and 17th century as their starting point. Matador braided suits, flamenco skirts and head scarves worn over slick backed hair to finish off the Spanish inspired looks. The colour palette was centered around black, white and red with lots of lace and embroidered flowers. The end finale look was a range of high waisted red embroidered shorts with crisp white shirts.
This catwalk collection has lots of images of sweet treats such as ice cream, strawberries and cake, in the form sequins and repeat prints. Japanese images are also featured regularly, such as sushi and japanese dolls. With knee high leather stripy coloured boots to finish off the very colourful collection.
The song ‘dreams’ as it was played at the Emilio Pucci S/S 15 catwalk show.
A very strong 70’s hippie vibe to this collection with tie dyed inspired dresses and lots of crocheting and embroidered pieces. Added with elements of suede jackets and tan boots, this was a trip back to the future as Fleetwood Mac played. Even Miss Naomi Campbell took a twirl on the catwalk for the end look.
Following his fast food-inspired collection for AW14, Jeremy Scott’s SS15 show in Milan was truly a barbie heaven (or hell) with guests even getting their own personal Moschino-dressed doll on their chairs. A vision of pink straight out of Legally Blonde, this proves Scott keeps on having fun with his pop and kitsch style of ready-to-wear.
And for the hardcore fans, a barbie capsule collection – including tops, bags and accessories, has already been released to buy now! Who can possibly wait until next summer to look like barbie?