Anthony Vaccarello Spring/Summer 2015 Collection – Paris Fashion Week

Say boldness drenched in seductiveness and beautiful proportions and imagine the Anthony Vaccarello spring/summer 2015 collection! Paris Fashion Week spring 2015 is on, which means we continue discovering amazing fashion collections for the upcoming warm season and new trends that take the world by storm. Thanks to Anthony Vaccarello’s creative designs presented, the first day of PFW can certainly be called successful and memorable. After his capsule spring 2015 collection for Versus, the talented designer shows that his creativity has no limit, making simple shades extremely vibrant and emotional with his signature provocative shapes and design solutions. It’s a collection that we all put a big “yes” to in front, as it does invade into one’s mind and dreams instantly!

Anthony Vaccarello Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week


The Vaccarello-appropriate asymmetric shapes, unexpected and quite provocative cuts, as well as the interesting play with textures and materials are the first details that one spots looking through the Anthony Vaccarello spring/summer 2015 collection. The collection is utterly modest in terms of the color and pattern choices, however, it’s also cutting-edge unique and interesting in terms of the designs applied. Thus, what we see here is a conglomeration of black, white, gray and navy blue tones put in harmonious pairs with simplistic stripes and oversized letter patterns, as well as figure-enhancing structures and silhouettes that pop out instantly!
Leather plays an important role in the Anthony Vaccarello spring/summer 2015 collection, as it is featured on those sassy asymmetric skirts, tiny skirts, dresses and jackets, coming in the versatile black shade mostly. In some of the looks showcased, the designer also showed the versatility and gorgeousness of patent leather, presenting party-ready shiny black and white dresses using this material. Transparency has also been praised a lot in this collection, used mainly for the monochrome or delicately striped tops that never look overwhelming despite their sultry designs. In general, every cut, every details and design solution has been chosen so wisely and carefully here that the entire collection looks pleasantly beautiful and feminine, although we see lots of high slits, plunging necklines and quite unexpected cut-outs on the mini skirts and dresses revealing lots of skin.

Anthony Vaccarello Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week

Anthony Vaccarello Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week

Anthony Vaccarello Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week

Anthony Vaccarello Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week
The desire to target the working class business ladies and fashionisers with a high sense of classic style has led to Vaccarello to bring those impressive striped separates, featuring asymmetric mini skirts, cool blazers and minimalist crisp white shirts. This way, we also discover those polished pants and knee-length tailored shirts, the gray skirt suits and the blazer-style simple tops. What makes these pieces so special is the big proportion of boldness applied to the designs, making them so ideally relevant to the modern chic woman’s wardrobe.
The finale of the Anthony Vaccarello spring 2015 rtw show made it so clear that these designs were meant for spring and summer, as we saw those words imprinted with huge white letters on the background of black, and vice versa. It was here that we started to ponder on how such simple ideas can look so chic and luxurious! It was definitely a smashing show and we want to have every little bit of this wonderful collection! If you still feel indifferent to these designs, make sure to check your pulse again!

Anthony Vaccarello Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week

Anthony Vaccarello Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week

Anthony Vaccarello Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week

Photos courtesy of Vogue UK

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