The British fashion designer Alexander McQueen showcases the Fall/Winter 2015-2016 Women’s Ready-To-Wear collection, a great impact of decadent and baroque style with the presence of dark mood.
Gloomy atmosphere with a touch of soft and vibrant colors defined by luxury and elegant attitude: these are the notes that accompanied the parade led by Alexander McQueen at Paris Fashion Week. Fabric research, stylistic innovation and deep knowledge of the British-style tailoring and attention to detail that make the fashion house, directed by designer Sarah Burton with her “the spirit of the rose” becomes one of the most appreciated creations worldwide.
The F/W 2015-16 collection by Alexander McQueen paints a picture of a woman, almost in deep contemplation, in a dark, eerie, macabre, intriguing and elegant style at the same time. Mostly in black and sometimes with powder pink, intense red and clean white were highlighting the runway with a vibe of Gothic and seventies allure.
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The creations for autumn-winter 2015/2016 are characterized by precious textures, lines and well-defined volumes, prints and floral decorations for a sophisticated and sensual woman, a real first lady of the past from the soul of darkness.
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