Milan Fashion Week spring 2015 goes on introducing the most mysterious and creative suggestions for the coming season! The next array of such looks comes as the totally stunning Costume National spring/summer 2015 collection, packed with the most impressive and noteworthy details and design interpretations that can be ever found. What makes this collection so special and unique is the beginning first of all marking a whole range of all-black enigmatic and sassy looks overtaking the runway and creating a very specific and curious feel. Thus, it all started with the combination of the black outerwear piece adorned with some slight touches of asymmetrical finishes, matched with the soft velvety texture and finalized with the curious cuts and body-faltering silhouettes. The delicately used details like small kerchiefs put round the open necks and interestingly designed laconic handbags also matched the multi-strap heeled sandals, of course, having the black shade too.
Apart from the combos involving dresses or pants, we also saw some nice alternatives with skirts and straight minidresses coming with catchy strapless designs and fluttery details also having some black O-rings on the hems. Those O-rings can also be found with some other asymmetrical looks too, which come with one-shoulder off designs for tops and diagonal fluttery layers for some other looks. The range of creative interpretations also reaches the pieces like the relaxed tops with a plunge V-curve, coming with just one sleeve, the other being left open to show some skin. Further the micro laser cuts manage to catch our imagination and attention, coming with those tiny transparent dots designed for a number of pieces like tops and skirts and one shoulder off dresses, having an overall very aesthetically created transparency plays.
For some more relaxed and free shapes the Costume National spring/summer 2015 collection also suggests some pieces made of lighter fabrics like black chiffon, creating a very feminine and charming image as a whole. The color intervention of light blue and dark earthy brown follow up with some other interpretations, also introducing the biggest variety of deconstructed outerwear pieces, tops, and bottoms, coming with oversized vibes too, radically altered cuts, renovated shapes of bandeaus and shorts and much more.
The combinations of purple and black shades form the next curious aspect of the line, securing the sporty and wearable range of pieces, which even encompass such classy details as halters. The luxurious fabrics used for these looks proved to be the best alternative for probably the most gorgeous piece of the line being a floor-length bedazzling yet simple dress of purple shade, adorned with an overall relaxed form and finished up with a bold V-curve. The bluish tones followed this sudden shifts of the color palette also bringing in the shades like blue, coming both with classy forms for floor length dresses and design details like fringes.
However, it’s again black that overtakes the rest of the colors and looks in the end, again coming with an appealing diversity of designs and details like super long fringes reaching from the waist to the floor, or the other design solutions like chiffon transparency plays and interesting glittery elements for the whole texture in order to spice it up and to add some luxurious feel to the pieces.
The Costume National spring/summer 2015 collection is an inspiring and quite beautiful fashion line for your consideration showing the best ways to work with mysterious monochrome looks, at the same time presenting the best techniques of combining those looks and colors with each other. Don’t hesitate to have a look at the main options and make up your mind easily!
Photos courtesy of Vogue UK