For the Alexander Wang’s show, sportswear was a huge inspiration for the season – skin turtleneck tops, netted and meshes fabrics, as well as bomber jackets were all seen on the runway. The colours and prints on the tops, jackets and dresses were bold and creative, which gave the outfits a strong statement finish.
Had a nice long weekend spending the Mid-Autumn festival with my family here in Taiwan which was really nice and relaxing. Let’s just say I ate a bit too much…. 😛
Another show that I really enjoyed for the SS2015 season was Jason Wu (go Taiwanese designers!). I’ve always watched and enjoyed his designs season after season – his clothes are forever wearable and accessible by all types of women, especially those who seek to express a strong look, and this season was no different. The clothes looked effortless yet emitted power – perfect for those days in the office when you just want to quickly throw some clothes on as you’ve overslept, yet still want to look like you mean business.
I particularly loved the use of colours in this season; the army green, navy and white created a collection that in my opinion represented a simplistic and powerful look, expressed through minimalist styles.
The first show I viewed online for the SS2015 season was Coach. Having done some research, the company recently appointed their new creative director Stuart Vevers. I personally hadn’t heard of his name but the bags on the runway certainly caught my attention: