Luxury invades the runway of Paris Fashion Week as we see the traditionally dumbfounding Christian Dior fall/winter 2014-2015 collection get unveiled, presenting all its peculiarities, fascinating aspects and vibes. What Raf Simons opted for this time can be called a synthesis of traditionally chic with innovatively modern. In this way, the shape and shade combos we see here reflect the best drives of Dior shows, on the other hand telling us about how they look matched with a modern twist.
The very first option we see in the Christian Dior fall/winter 2014-2015 collection is a very good reflection of what the newest interpretation for fall/winter luxury means to Dior! So here it was put with a combo of a classy coat, a suit jacket and satin shimmery shorts, all put with darker shades and finished off with a yellowish handbag. Grey is also here to form the following interesting combo of the classic and a bit manly coat, jacket and straight pants. The coral and khaki brown twin coats topping identically designed tops with plunge V-necks and shorts in one look and pants in the other are also quite noteworthy for depicting the shade diversity of the collection.
Bordeau suit and pants combo is the next hit, matched with a fuchsia coat, followed with a bluish green option with a sky blue coat, and a sleeveless option for the next duo, here finished off with a yellowish coat. The more extravagant and catchy combos come right after as we see the curious and timeless pairs of white and red, coming for the array of dress resembling pieces, following the pure white looks.
Mega trendy navy blue options are also here, used with such apparel options as the girly dresses topped with a comfy coat for instance. Pink, fuchsia, and yellow form the next flabbergasting range of dresses, coming with the brightest and the most incredible color shades possible, also put with the most interesting shapes possible.
Ethereal black and white is what comes right after, securing the absolute glam of the next array. Monochrome looks like coral and pink are also remarkable here, with their uber-voluminous and flare designs and finishes like floor lengths, asymmetrical hems, and oversized vibes. Luxurious sparkling textures form the final diversity of options, mainly coming used for floor length straight gowns, having beads and sequins as key details for chic.
Thus another fashion giant comes up with the most incredible and cool suggestions for the coming fall/winter season, and looking through the Christian Dior fall/winter 2014-2015 collection, you can find a lot of info about the main trends of the coming season, too. So don’t postpone it and have a look at this uber-dumbfounding collection!
Photos courtesy of Vogue