Sunday, 12 October 2014

Fashion Week Bohemes: Part 2

If you haven't seen part 1 scroll down or click here!

Now.. Part 2 of my favourite of the many Bohemian influenced Runway shows this Fashion Week, for Spring 2015.

Emilio Pucci Spring 2015


Let's take a little trip back in time to the seventies, Hippy beading, Fringe, Suede boots, tie dye and the appearance of the ever eye catching tangerine colour.  It just doesn't get any better than this.. does it? 

Marchesa Spring 2015


Marchesa never fails to impress me, and their collection was my favourite this year (Along with Dolce & Gabbanna.) This magical, Fairytale like collection was inspired by hippies, gypsy's and grunge, three of my favourite things! Romance was visible in every details from the gold lace embroidery, flower details and tulle. I'm in LOVE! This show definitely proved that Marchesa are still standing out, as they celebrated their tenth year anniversary.

Badgley Mischka Spring 2015


More Romantic, flowy dresses were evident than ever in Badgley Mischka's collection. A show that started with plain white, structured pieces, I'll admit I yawned a little and was about to turn it off before it stunningly transformed into light fabrics and pretty pastel colours floating down the runway.
Inspired by the 60's with the idea of 'Marie Antoinette on the moon!'

Etro Spring 2015


Veronica Etro decided that she wanted her collection to be handmade and imperfect.
Customising, dying, braiding, fringing and embellishing were all there, along with a strong Native American influence. Each garment was heavily accessorised and unique, while the earthy colour palette tied it all together. I want those fringed boots in my life.. ASAP!

Which of the above is your favourite? Like I said before Marchesa really impressed me, I'm also in love with each and every one of Etro's looks!

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