Creative approach made with color? This way, please! Simply look through the astounding Paul Smith fall/winter 2014-2015 collection unveiled at London Fashion Week fall 2014 and you will find just everything your imagination has been calling you for! This collection is a universal solution for all those, who want to combine the flabbergasting effect of the design prints with the amazing shapes and have anything to anywhere. The super great feel of the colors and the effective ways according to which the colors have been matched with each other for the design patterns are the biggest hit and the catchiest accent of the new Paul Smith collection.
In this way, the looks start with some super amazing stripy patterns, created with orange and blue for the shirt, and matched with the diamond-printed design of the wide-leg pants. These patterns may be found with the vice versa arrangement, too. The unique design patterns of the following look represent one of the most impressive aspects of the Paul Smith fall/winter 2014-2015 collection.
Also, we can’t but note the super classy pair of the T-shirt and the amazing orange with blue floral skirt. The elongated and a bit manly suit jackets and the classic patterns of the coming pants and the coat can’t but be included in the list of the top looks of the Paul Smith fall/winter 2014-2015 collection. Apart from fuchsia and blue, these patterns can be seen used with black and white, too.
The monochrome grey options and the yellow details appearing from time to time are the next hit. Also we should talk about the luxurious fur pieces, carrying the striking red shades used in solo and with black that secure the absolute chic of the Paul Smith fall/winter 2014-2015 collection, whereas the ultimate creativity is demonstrated with the cool color plays of pale purple, bordeau, back and red tones for a huge variety of looks.
So do consider these flabbergasting pieces for your outstanding and unique looks, especially if you’re bold enough to opt for the most extravagant and catchy alternatives found in the Paul Smith fall/winter 2014-2015 collection!
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