The “master” of the laughing skulls is ready to startle everyone with his new outstanding spring 2014 collection presented during Milan Fashion Week. Artistic German fashioner Philipp Plein has launched his new classy and sassy looks for the coming spring to make you look fresh and unusually attractive. Dramatic, edgy and sensual, the Philipp Plein spring/summer 2014 collection stuns at first sight, making hearts beat faster. His creative shapes and outlines emphasize the wakening nature and the beginning of a new adventurous life full of promises, hopes and romantic encounters.
The one-hour delay of the Philipp Plein spring 2014 show seems to have been worth it, since the runway show was splendidly beautiful and delicate. The brisk performance of Iggy Azalea’s most successful song “Work” with the energizing two backup dancers announced the official opening of the splashy catwalk. The show itself reminds you of a very noisy and fun disco night in the most crowded and most expensive clubs of Europe. The looks are also perfectly ideal for an amusing rock band concert; the stage just lacks smoke, shouting and screaming fanatics and heavy melodies.
The Philipp Plein spring/summer 2014 collection combines street looks with luxuriously dazzling ones. The line is mainly in stiff black trying to expose skin as in the very first look of the fascinating show. The apparels are eye-catching and just hot, and will definitely make you the new Rihanna of the night pointing out your beautifully shaped body, femininity and craving for being cozy and desirable. The range of the used materials is different and rich. The first look is made of luxurious and gorgeous flashy leather that has tiny squares on it. The shorts are hot and comfortable, while the jacket is even cushier and more alluring. With this very look you can stroll around the lovely beach imagining your most enticing dreams come true, or get on a motorcycle and run away from the boring daily routine trying to have the most compelling moments of your weekend.
There are also some black gowns with nice and rich embroidery on them. And of course, the frightening symbol of the watching skull is there to remind you of the creative fashioner Philipp Plein.
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