Seen on the scene outside Giambattista Valli Fall 2015 show: pops of color that really pack a punch in a sea of black and blue.
A departure from the expected, Giambattista Valli fw2015 runway show was a strikingly eclectic mix of late ’60s/early ’70s shapes and mid-century interior fabrics. A little mixology goes a long way… both in cocktails and fashion!
I loved seeing Giambattista focus less on the dress, and more on shifts and tunics over flared pants in this collection. The look may not be for everyone, but a variation on the theme will be very wearable. I also had an epiphany when I saw the camel-mint and ivory-fuchsia color combinations–camel as the baseline is the perfect option for both pastels and brights. Last but not least, I loved the Gladiator stilettos–after all, they had to add some sexy. Bravo! -x LM