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Jean-Charles de Castelbajac - Collection spring/summer 2015 in Paris

In a garage situated in the 16th arrondissement Jean-Charles de Castelbajac showed his collection of girls from the street with an urban and sporty spirit. The designer concentrates on a functional wardrobe consisting of the essentials. Primary colours are found colour-blocked, a trade mark piece for the designer, on the short, retro-futuristic dresses with trompe-l’oeil top stitching. The accessories are worked into the clothes mischievously. With back packs and visers, the Castelbajac girl, walks with confidence to new horizons.

Givenchy - Collection spring/summer 2015 in Paris

The heart of the Lycée Carnot in Paris was transformed into a room of couture for the remarkable Givenchy collection by Riccardo Tisci. The army of strong but also fragile Amazonians were covered in leather, with thigh high boots and leggings, the waist was always highlighted, and the skirts twirled. Always with a touch of mysticism, the white lace is ever-present and well integrated with the metal detailing and studded leather. Such imagination, right up to the revisited uniform of long sleeveless riding jackets and additions of decorative fastenings. The bare shoulders, and the oozing chiffon accentuated the femininity and the sensuality this collection.

Maison Rabih Kayrouz - Collection spring/summer 2015 in Paris

At the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Rabih Kayrouz addressed the kids of the best districts with his spring-summer 2015 collection. With silky, flowing fabrics: the red rose print was found on silk dresses, as well as masculine trousers with paneled pinafores, a new idea took over throughout the show, accentuating the fluidity by the asymmetric pieces.

Stella McCartney - Collection spring/summer 2015 in Paris

Stella McCartney like she usually does took us back under the gilded Opéra Garnier in Paris. There is always an enchanting atmosphere and for the new summer collection it was created with fluidity and movement. The volumes were looser, with wide legged trousers, culottes, tunics and flared dresses…The materials were light like silk, twill and cotton, linen was used lightly and in soft tones, the knitwear that Stella loves to work with is washed, woven, dyed and take different aspects right up to resembling denim. The coloured prints and embroidery were hand-made and attached to the evening dresses, once again the dresses are very light, poetic and ethereal, and we want to wear them straight away.

Sonia Rykiel - Collection spring/summer 2015 in Paris

The first collection for Julie de Libran at Sonia RykielIt’s the first collection for Julie de Libran at Sonia Rykiel and all was put in the open for the new feel at her famous boutique situated on the Rive Gauche where the show took place…On the catwalk, many top models came to show, (Georgia May Jagger, Miranda Kerr, Joan Smalls…) these new shapes where the codes of Rykiel appear clearly on the new pieces: the sailor trousers, shorts, and dungarees all worn with knitted jumpers and fur. A marine suit and a light dress with stripes all appear extremely attractive, as well as denim and fringed skirts. A wardrobe of essentials, which will certainly please the Parisian as well as the young trendy girls throughout the world, well represented on the catwalk.

Céline - Collection spring/summer 2015 in Paris

The fragile voice of Kate Bush playing in the background and immaculate white walls set the tone for the spring/summer 2015 collection at Céline. Phoebe Philo created an elegant, pure and graphic woman, but not forgetting to play with her creativity. Flowing fringing, inserts of varnished leather, bell shaped buttons, and bands of fabric on the right hand side of the dresses, as well as patchworked flower prints gave the collection it’s own dynaminism to the modern woman.

Léonard - Collection spring/summer 2015 in Paris

For her second collection as creative director, Yiqing Yin transforms the Léonard woman by playing with a mix of strength and soft romance. Printed denim mixed with lace featured on combinations of trousers, shirts and shorts. Organza floated over jackets and loose skirts, and the dresses were draped and knotted transforming them. The prints came from the archives of the brand from the 60s and 70s and were re-worked in a variety of fabrics in a bold and modern way, right up to an explosion of colours, reinforcing this idea of a new energy carried by the French designer.

Iris van Herpen - Collection spring/summer 2015 in Paris

On the roof tops of Beaubourg, the Dutch designer Iris Van Herpen brings to life the sculptural works inspired by nature and more specifically magnetic forces. The volumes are created by laser cut plastic materials like origami on tight fitting dresses. The shoes, like a fusion of metal, make a surprising appearance and complete the outfits. The dresses are like chainmail in PVC mesh. The collection clearly shows strength and lots of poetry in volume, with the transparency and the black tulle outlining the figures. A short structured dress in crystals closes this show by the artist.

Paul & Joe - Collection spring/summer 2015 in Paris

At Paul & Joe, one could easily see themselves wearing all the looks that showed on the catwalk. It is a joyous and fresh wardrobe, with a summer feel and the innocence of the 70s. Featured were psychedelic designs, high waisted trousers flaring from the knee, short cropped jackets, scarfs tied around the neck, wide brimmed hats, and short printed shirts composing of the perfect print for a summer season. All the essentials of a wardrobe are there, from shorts to tunic dresses, Sophie Albou addresses women with desire fulfilling all of their wishes from the very start of the 20 years of the label.

Chanel - Collection spring/summer 2015 in Paris

At the Grand Palais, Chanel brings the show to the street. A grand facade of reconstituted Parisian buildings sets the scene, with groups of girls that take to the pavement in flat shoes, and colourful printed outfits. Karl proposes a multitude of suits, dresses, featuring watercolour motifs created by the designer, monochrome and pastel tones follow, to make way for the black and white pieces, all with a range of white shirts each made differently with frills and lace. Gisèle Bundchen in a knitted striped dress announces the theme with bankers’ suits. The graphic designs inspired from cobblestones cover some of the transparent pieces and embroidery decorates a number of short jackets. This season there are no dresses for the red carpet but instead fashion well-suited for daily life. Protesting the difference, which Karl Lagerfeld loves to do, and he surprises again, playing with and giving the touch of Chanel fashion which is always one step ahead. Interview: Karl Lagerfeld: After having done the supermarket, we find ourselves on the street, but you won’t find any cars here. I didn’t want any parked cars, because when there are protests, there aren’t any cars…but I found that funny and I think that goes well with the spirit of Chanel. Today there isn’t just one style, there isn’t just one fashion, it’s about several things. That has always been part of the spirit of Chanel and there are lots of propositions, it’s up to you to decide. It’s more about banker pinstripes because for this type of march it’s better, and then I wanted to avoid the « red carpet » , with the slinky evening dresses that we do for the Métiers d’Art show and the couture line, but which we didn’t need here.

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