Iceberg's luscious fabrics were the story at their FW15 presentation. The youthful collection yielded street-style patterns with luxe fabrics and techniques.
Daks' Fall/Winter 2015 offerings melded biker attitude with punk references to create a tailored-cum-edgy collection that strayed far from its comfort zone. Though it succeeded in creating some well made suits and jackets; however, the cohesiveness seemed strained.
American designer Michael Bastian will be seeing lots of change in 2015, including his vice president and right-hand man (or woman, to be exact) announcing her departure. So, for Fall/Winter 2015, the New York-born designer looked back on his life in upstate New York. Cold-weather dressing never quite looked so effortless and tailored as it does here, complete with novelty sweaters and Bastian's signature skinny fit cargo pants.
Luxury and a jetset life are two of the cornerstones of Tod's business. These two ideas were highlighted in their FW15 collection like suede quilted coats and exotic-skinned footwear.
New York-based designer Marc Jacobs created a very cool, very wearable collection for Fall/Winter 2015. Easy layers and an air of nonchalance made this collection for Jacobs' eponymous line a winning combination of chic and sellable.
Ports 1961 recently announced that Milan Vukmirovic would become the label's creative director. The Fall/Winter 2015 collection is his first collection and gone are the endless streams of exquisitely tailored suits. Instead, Vukmirovic created a much sportier collection, rooted in trends like wide pants, with hints of femininity. Stronger offerings include the military suits, like a color blocked peacoat or vibrant banana-yellow toggle coat.
Brunello Cucinelli, the purveyor of dapper casual dressing, proffered plenty of luxury and style for his rapid and highly loyal customers to gobble up, take the double faced cashmere coats and easy pants, slim and fitted, without looking too much like a hipster of yester-season. Quality is of the utmost importance here and enthusiasts would be hard pressed to find anything of equal or better quality than this Italian designer's wares.
Baptiste Giabiconi, Alexandre Cunha and more male models appeared at Chanel's Spring/Summer 2015 haute couture collection, rooted in florals and frilly dresses.
Geeky chic got a sophisticated makeover for FW15, courtesy of Italian label Bally. Boxy suits and cropped trousers added a collegiate feel to the collection while the label's assortment of accessories, their bread and butter, gave viewers plenty of reason to salivate.