Anthony Vaccarello Spring 2015

Anthony Vaccarello, Belgian Desinger showed his very own spring/summer collection at Paris Fashion Week. Nautical, sexy, short asymmetric skirts, flashy. Stripes, outerwear in tomboy style and graphic lettering – a mind-blowing first collection and we are looking forward to the next season.

 

Valentino Spring 2015

The Spring 2015 Collection of Valentino is inspired by the Grand Tour – a bygone passage for young men to travel and experience culture in France and Italy. Pop art influence meets last season transformation and shows dresses with prints and pastel colors, layers, shapes, details. Bohemian vibes and sheers fabrics add delicateness to this collection as well as gladiator sandals.

 

Moschino Barbie World Spring 2015

Moschino Spring 2015– after the last season theme of McDonalds and Spongebob (not my fav) I am happy that Moschino was inspired by Barbie for the spring/summer 2015 collection. Eighties inspired design with lot of pink and gold and chains. Cute design, fancy dresses, playful combinations and all like the old barbie dresses that I still have at home. I love it!

 

 

Blumarine Spring 2015 – blooming flowers

Blumarine Spring 2015– it is a collection that is looked to a garden of delights- blooming flowers. Colorful, appliqués on sheer dresses of silk or sequin applications. Containing of shades of pink, yellow and blue I am more than in love with the designs. Black and white is also a big part of the collection, but keeping the nature theme the looks contain abstract flower details, embellishments.

 

Marchesa Spring/Summer 2015 Bohemian Style

Bohemian glamour was the inspiration for the latest collection of Marchesa. During London Fashion Week the label was showing amazing hippie, bohemian styles, with models like Georgia May Jagger or Izabel Goulart. Dreamy romantic clothes, Woodstock inspired, perfectly fitted and with luxe spirit. Floral embroidered dresses and lace embellishments.

 

Orealia!

I love delicate and sweet bracelets and necklaces and therefore I love Orelia.

I saw Orelia first time shopping at Forever New in Sydney and I was really sad that they are nowhere to be found in Germany.

Asos introduced the brand into its online shop and there was my chance to get more Orelia.

I love the bohemian inspired style, yet classy with a hint of surfer girl.

These are actually some of my fav pieces. I will show you more Orelia in an upcoming photoshoot. I hope you can be patient.

While waiting for my pictures shop some Orelia at:

http://www.orelia.co.uk