When perfectly structured minimalistic shapes strive to look sensual and show-stopping, we have the Helmut Lang fall/winter 2014-2015 collection, showcased during New York Fashion Week fall 2014. This is one of the lines that may seem so simplistic and usual at first glance, however, that manages to make a strong fashion statement thanks to its purity, gorgeousness and a nice play of colors. The new Helmut Lang collection is sure to instantly take your breath away, if you appreciate exquisite style in fashion, which manages to shine in its simplicity!
The Helmut Lang fall/winter 2014-2015 collection represents a love romance between black, white, red and tan camel tones, which were the main color picks both for monochrome pieces and the astounding printed options. Perfect tailoring is the next key about the line, which shows wide-legged and a bit slouchy pants and blazer combos, a simple straight sleeveless dress, the tuxedo-style coat and the layered dresses with geometric slits over here and there.
Texture also plays an important role in the Helmut Lang fall/winter 2014-2015 collection. To this end, we are charmed to see the shaggy fur, chunky knitwear, the covetable leather and the soft mohair. Especially amazing was the mix between two contradicting fabrics, like in the case of the camel leather skirt matched with a cozy knitted sweater.
The Helmut Lang fall/winter 2014-2015 collection has pretty amazing options for wrapping up in style. This refers not only to the spectacular outerwear alternatives, but also to the chunky turtlenecks that are sure to keep you cozy and warm even in the harsh winter weather. The masculine shoes, clutches and spacious bags, as well as the slick ponytails of the models perfectly complemented the looks showcased!
So in case you are in search for wearable, comfortable and fashionable alternatives for the fall and winter months, do consider the versatility of the Helmut Lang fall/winter 2014-2015 collection and you are sure to always put together successful, one-of-a-kind looks!
Photos courtesy of Vogue