When it comes to Italian sophistication and femininity, we can always count on Laura Biagiotti. She’s one genius fashion designer, who knows how to emphasize the elegance in a woman’s look and who perfectly knows what modern fashionisers expect from the fashion world each season. Her Laura Biagiotti fall/winter 2015-2016 collection manages to bring diversity in textures, colors and styles to fall, catering to the style needs of women of different ages, with different tastes and preferences. In line with cozy and comfy winter-ready clothing pieces and outerwear designs, she offers sensual and flirty cocktail dresses and maxi gowns that will turn you into the goddess of the party.
It’ll be quite hard to define the uniting style, pattern and color palette of this array of clothing pieces, as the entire Laura Biagiotti fall/winter 2015-2016 collection is about both knitwear and airy chiffon, black and white, patterns and monochrome looks, exquisite gowns and functional knitwear. What unites each and every look presented is the big dose of ladylike allure they ooze, be that a casual style staple or a ladylike gown. Overall, we can divide the line-up into three groups based on the colors, patterns and styles showcased. Thus, the show started with the grayish mood bringing an amazing mishmash of artistic and brushstroke patterns put on the background of gray and white. We see chunky knitwear here, like the oversized poncho that is a perfect piece to bundle up to beat the cold temperatures. We also see delicate chiffon used for a black sleeveless maxi dress coming matched with an elegant clutch. We are head over heels in love with the black sequined mini dress with a leather bodice and fluffy fur sleeves, complemented with knee-length lacquered black boots on heels. It seems like furry sleeves are going to be huge in the upcoming cold months and we have seen this trend make an appearance a lot on the runways during the recent fashion shows.
The second array of pieces brings both delicate neutral cream and beige looks and much brighter designs, like the pops of orange perfect to bring out the bold and creative stylist in you. The oversized knitted two piece consisting of a tea-length skirt and an elongated tunic and the tea-length knitted dress with a plunging neckline are super versatile attire options you can wear to multiple occasions. Elongated ponchos with fringing in beige tones, knitted sweaters, scarves and a boat-neck dress are all quite cozy and functional items you might want to acquire right away.
As the show develops, we step into the more ethereal world of Laura Biagiotti fashion, where imaginative prints embellish beautiful cocktail dresses and floor-length flowing gowns, and white lace is used for skirts cut at different lengths and matched with knitted blouses adorned with studs. Shiny fabrics and golden motifs come to boost the luxury of the collection at the finale, when the models walk down the runway wearing pretty little dresses, tailored pants and an exquisite gown closing the show. The sleek updos of the models and the bare makeup with the accent placed on the gold eyeshadow were amazing finishing details for those breathtaking looks along with the heeled sandals and shoes.
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