Paco Rabanne Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection – Paris Fashion Week

You say classy, we say brand new Paco Rabanne fall/winter 2014-2015 collection, introduced for Paris Fashion Week fall 2014. The most interesting combinations of the classic vibes with feminine motives found their reflection with some cute garment combos and innovative design interpretations seen in this line. Beadwork, shimmery textures, color combinations, all is used for enhancing the effect of the garments and for making them look imaginative, interesting, and just cool.

Paco Rabanne Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week
Talking about the color palette of the Paco Rabanne fall/winter 2014-2015 collection, we can’t miss the details about their monochrome use and interestingly picked combos, like it was in case of the opening combinations, made of a pale blue shirt, straight black pants, and a cool shimmery topping piece of black shade. The graphic prints used for the following piece of this type, put as a tank type top with cropped and asymmetrical finishes are the following interesting aspect of this line.
Black and white come with curious interpretations, too, designed with different proportions for each look. This is the case for a number of dresses and top and skirt duos, where white comes just as a stripe for one-shoulder or a lapel for a top. Fishnet patterns are also significant in terms of bringing in some shape diversities. The micro stripes involving shades of black, red, and blue and the slightly oversized options for the outerwear also form an interesting aspect of the Paco Rabanne fall/winter 2014-2015 collection.

Paco Rabanne Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week

Paco Rabanne Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week

Paco Rabanne Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week
The tones of pure white, creamy, and platinum are also very important for the combinations they come adorning. Finally, it’s the synthesis of transparency plays and shimmery textures that catch our attention for the final part, securing the chic of the top and skirt combinations. The luxurious silver shades and the asymmetrical designs are the perfect final touches for this show.
So it was just fascinating to see all these catchy and cute garments in one collection, and what many of you might do now is including some more options in your wishlists for the coming cold season. These garments are really worth that, especially if you want something matchless and uber-creative!

Paco Rabanne Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week

Paco Rabanne Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week

Paco Rabanne Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week

Paco Rabanne Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection - Paris Fashion Week

Photos courtesy of Vogue

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