Fall-Winter 20142015 FASHION PANORAMA
New York, London, Milan, Paris. The fall-winter runway shows have demonstrated that globalization hasn’t homogenized fashion, as evidenced by the multiple lines that were offered, outlining an urban winter of personal freedom. If some collections send slim clothing down the runway —oscillating between chic, minimalism and simplicity— and conductive to constructive research on fabrics —combining daring associations of tweed, shearlings and leather, sometimes computer-generated— other houses are all about volume and layering. The lounge style is gaining elegance, worn under long chevron coats or frocks. Others are simply having fun: as if they were opening a toy box, they indulge in delightful fantasies of gaiety and energy, in the scenography as much as in the silhouettes. Colours and accessories aren’t left behind either —they explore new paths. All these trends are yours for the finding in this Marie Claire Fashion Shows, where we decode our selection, to create a chic, comfortable and current allure.