The newest Schiaparelli Spring 2015 Couture collection that hit the runway of Couture Fashion Week in Paris was a pleasant surprise, opening up doors for the brand to soon become a ready-to-wear line. The show also recalled the legacy of Schiaparelli’s aesthetic, but in a modern way to attract a younger & more forward-thinking audience. As models made their way down the pink catwalk & backdrop, the collection embodied 40s-inspiration with graphic prints & metallic details, along with stunning volume in pants, capes, & cascading trains. This is just the second of many of the recent runways that I’ll be sharing for Runway Rundown, but specifically, because of the gorgeous Costume Institute exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2013 when the legendary Elsa Schiaparelli‘s designs were paired with Prada in a visually transporting presentation of timeless style.
Which runway looks do you like the best? What designers are you watching out for during Couture Week? For more stylish posts, check out Christian Dior’s Spring 2015 Couture runway, Reese Witherspoon’s polished & preppy look, how to dress for your body shape, the complete red carpet gallery of this year’s Screen Actor’s Guild Awards, spring dress predictions inspired by Allison Williams & Camilla Belle, & stylish sweaters on sale for under $20. Happy Styling!