Autumn Winter 2014 Catwalks- Part 2

Sunday, September 14, 2014

It's Sunday again, so that means it's time to recap the latest fashions, as seen on the catwalks. After presenting their new lines for autumn and winter, we can finally start wearing some of these beautiful garments as the weather is getting colder. Last time we looked at Dolce and Gabanna, Valentino and Chanel, so keep reading to see the fashions from 3 more designers!

Stella McCartney:

Stella's autumn and winter collection was really successful this year, so much so that even Rihanna decided to turn up to congratulate her. All of her clothes were really formal, sticking to royal colours such as black, navy blue and dark greens. Lots of them also included collars and trouser suits, everything being really put together. Zips formed the main detailing, set out in rows on a peacoat mini dress or flowing like jewellery, made to look like flowers. We then saw another side of the line, which was heavily focused on knitwear. We had knitted, flecked skirts, jumpers and bags. There was also quite a few mini dresses with panels missing just above the hip, and decorated with damask panels.

Louis Vuitton:

The items from the Louis Vuitton collection this autumn and winter all had one particular thing in common, they were heavily based on the 60's. It was a very large collection featuring items that could all be worn as separates. They were inspired by clothing on the Parisian streets, circa 1968. We saw a-line skirts that were above the knee, high waisted garments, black leather coats, yokes with geometric prints and lots of Chelsea boots. All of the outfits had a lot of black, brown and white, with splashes of other colours to create a more modern take on the 60's. There was quite a few skirts made from textured leather with wool waistbands and lots of thick black belts and polo necks. There was some pairings that were bizarre yet complimented each other, such as tweet hacking jackets or knitted tank tops being paired with high waisted leggings. It sounds a bit risqué, but that was what fashion was like on the streets of Paris.


Chloé often consists of loud statement pieces that tie together softer, more feminine outfits. This definitely proved true when they revealed their autumn and winter line. On of the things we saw was a huge beige padded overcoat that featured lots of different vibrant colours. Chloé also broadcast a number of different coats and over garments, some of which were very bold and garish, others were gentle and looked very elegant. We saw a lot of dresses that came to below the knee, such as a navy blue floaty dress that had signature gold buttons around the neck and down the arms, which was very flattering. The dresses varied from having irregular hems and floaty material to cut dresses with less shape. For this autumn and winter, they focused on finding fabrics with lots of different textures and endless combinations of colour and patterns.

So these are just a few of the many catwalks that have taken place to launch the current autumn and winter clothing lines. I'll see you again next Sunday for another one of these posts, where you'll find out more about 3 other designers. I hope you liked this post!

Love from Daisy x

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