Atelier Versace Fall 2015 Couture

You don’t normally associate flower crowns and lacey chiffon princess like dresses with Versace, but that is exactly what Donatella Versace surprised us with. Ms. Versace showed us the softer side of the fashion house with her floral gowns and use of pastel colors. Take a look at my favorite looks from the show and if you want to see the full collection click here.

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Moschino Resort 2016

MOSCHINO. That is the brand that has been receiving immense amount of buzz the past few weeks. The Italian fashion house is headed by none other than incomparable, Jeremy Scott, and has recieved some major attention since the announcement that Katy Perry will be the new face of the Moschino’s Fall 2015 Ad Campaign. Scott has finally relieved his Resort 2016 collection and here are my favorites if you want to see the full collection click here.

Photos: Courtesy of Moschino

Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2015 Ready-to-Wear

If you thought that the Dolce & Gabbana 2015 Spring/Summer Ad Campaign was absolutely adorable because it featured Italian, “nonna’s,”  wait until you see the Fall 2015 show. The show celebrates the, “mamma,” and the crucial role she plays in every family. Even the very pregnant Italian model, Blanca Balti who is most known for her work with the luxury brand, walked sporting a charming smile. Some of the print dresses featured were based off of drawings created by the designers’ own nieces and nephews. Take a look at the show and its heart warming little guests, babies!

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Diane von Furstenberg Fall 2015 Ready-to-Wear

One can only describe Diane von Furstenberg’s creations as the epitome of femininity. The designer appeals to the working woman who is confident but craves to go above and beyond to achieve her goals. And who says one can’t look sultry yet sophisticated while working? Here are some of my favorite looks.

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Carolina Herrera Fall 2015 Ready-to-Wear

The Venezuelan-American designer, Carolina Herrera, is known for dressing the modern woman beautifully and elegantly. Rather than only using traditional silhouettes to create her ravishing gowns and dresses, Herrera is taking a more contemporary approach. Down the runway one is able to gaze upon sleek designs that truly flow gracefully. Here are some of my favorite looks.


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Christian Dior Spring 2015 Couture

The creative director for Dior, Raf Simons, Couture collection embraces not only embraces the traditional silhouette of a sophisticated lady but also includes a futuristic approach to some of his creations. Here are some of my favorite looks from this era-changing collection.

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