Well, the fashion month has already started, and NYFW has come to an end. Naturally we wanted to write a full report on it, and after spending hours looking at all the shows, and picking out the good from the bad, I’ve came up with 25(!) favorite collections from this season. I was glad to see that many designers incorporated spring into their fall collections, using bold and pastel colors on chunky knits, and coats. Gray and hats are still trends that are going strong to the next seasons as well, and that’s also something which find me in agreement, since I’m a fan of those trends. My usual favorites Victoria Beckham and Christian Siriano disappointed me a bit for this season, but I there were some other brands whose collections I really fancied, such as: Banana Republic, Bibhu Mohapatra, Escada, J.Crew, Kate Spade New York, Lela Rose and Polo Ralph Lauren. All in all it was a good Fashion Week, with the good and the bad. You can see all the shows here, and pick out your favorites!
Fashion month is still on, in the sparkling city of Milan, with fashion shows and many events proving that the fashion capital is glamorous all night long. For the Spring 2016 season, many designers did a flashback at the 60’s decade such as Prada while other continued their winter collections with the same vintage mood such as Alessandro Michele for Gucci. Also, Peter Dundas made his Roberto Cavalli debut combining the house’s basic silhouettes with his own aesthetics and Massimo Giorgetti presented a special collection for Emilio Pucci’s fashion house by the time he was appointed as a creative director. These are our favorite designers looks of Milan Fashion Week:
Photos by Vogue.com
The only thing I like about Autumn is that Fashion Weeks begin as soon as it begins too. The opening of these series of fashionable events takes part in New York every time and each time, stylish people around the world wait for it. Once again, we fell in love with Carolina Herrera’s romantic creations and Oscar de la Renta’s floral ones. Undoubtedly, the most suitable for Spring are the ones from Polo Ralph Lauren. They are colorful, feminine and so chic. We also saw some boho and ethnic elements like Tommy Hilfiger’s and Anna Sui’s designs. Take a look at what was presented on New York’s Fashion Week for Spring 2016.
Hello ladies. We are back with one of your favorite columns with your stunning outfits and some details of them. I’m that kind of girl that can’t let go of her warm clothes yet. I’m so happy that I’m not the only one even though many of you have started wearing light and colorful outfits. I don’t want to chatter any longer so if you want to be in next Saturday’s post, keep using our hashtag “#BeStylishlyBeautiful” on your photos and don’t forget to follow us on Instagram @StylishlyBeautiful. Let’s see my picks for this week!!
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Hello my lovely SB readers! Here I am, once again, with one of your favorite columns! Rainy March is finally coming to an end and we can’t wait for a sunnier weather here in Greece!
If you want to be included in next week’s post, make sure to tag your best looks with #BeStylishlyBeautiful and follow us on Instagram @StylishlyBeautiful.
Let’s see this week’s favorites:
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Fashion month is coming to an end, but there’s a lot yet to see. Apart from the all-time-classics black grey and brown, white is going to become the new black. Also, one of the most used prints for fall 2015 is the floral as we see in most of the collections. There were several comments about Gucci’s house new aesthetics combining the androgynous style with eccentricity, under the supervision of the new creative director of the house, and Frida Giannini’s successor, Alessandro Michele. The fashion crowd was also thrilled by Emilio Pucci’s excellent designs, most of which where in a scale of black and white. That was all the latest fashion news. Come back in a few days and you’ll find out everything about the next fashion week (believe me, it’s worth it!).
Fashion month is still on, this time in London. The smaller fashion week than the four of them is over, leaving us with less favorite looks as the shows weren’t many. Mary Katrantzou’s collection with the exceptional and unique prints used along with the exquisite collection of Christopher Kane based in simple, yet elegant silhouettes stood out for the fashion crowd. Also, the same impact had Burberry Prorsum’s collection featuring the brand’s iconic coats. These are the best looks of the designers! You can also see their entire collections by clicking on the links below the photos. Come back soon to learn about fashion week news, because fashion month is still not over!!
NYFW just ended but this time it took place under severe weather conditions since New York was dressed in a total white outfit with below zero temperatures! Fashionistas from all over the world showed us their fearless self by walking on ice with heels, looking fabulous! Let’s see some of the best streetstyle shots from an original runway, the street one!
The New York Fashion Week may be over, but Stylishly Beautiful will inform you about everything that happened and of course you’re going to see the best designer looks for autumn/winter 2015-2016 season. In general, the runways were dominated by furs, fur vests and accessories creating a new trend for the upcoming season. Black, white, grey and khaki where the main colors used by the designers to develop their collections. Also, the fashion crowd was impressed by Alexander Wang’s dark collection, as most of the looks were total black and by Michael Kors’ high quality dresses and furs. The first show of Peter Copping for Oscar de la Renta, a few months after the omonymous designer’s death, didn’t go unnoticed either. You’ll find the best looks of the catwalk, from my point of view of course, below. If you want to see more, click the links below the pictures: