The fashion month comes to a memorable end thanks to the talented designers that presented their most interesting creations at the Paris Fashion Week fall 2014 edition. Irrespective of seasonal fads, elegant pieces always have a special place in fashion and, it seems like the concept has a variety of creative interpretations for the fall/winter 2014-2015 season, from innocent and romantic to whimsical, dark and moody. Some of the most exquisite creations spotted at the Paris Fashion Week were part of these brands’ lines:
PFW Fall 2014: Valentino Fall 2014 RTW Collection
Designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli looked no further than their hometown for inspiration for the Valentino fall 2014 collection.
If for the Valentino spring 2014 couture line, Italian Opera proved the right starting point, this time it was Italian pop art from the ’60 and ’70s that helped the creative duo come up with wonderful ethereal creations with an innocent vibe. The show started on a cheerful note with several looks featuring colorful dots in cool combinations of pink, red, black and white. As the show progressed, the label’s signature ethereal capes and floor-length gowns featuring lavish embroideries, romantic floral prints and chic butterfly motifs made their way down the catwalk. See the complete Valentino fall 2014 collection!
PFW Fall 2014: Elie Saab Fall 2014 RTW Collection
The Elie Saab fall 2014 collection was titled ‘Dark Opulence’ and was inspired by the work of American painter Mark Rothko. It seems like the designer decided to adopt a trendier approach this time even though his signature sultry sequined floor-sweeping dresses were also included. Novelty came in the form of inky dégradées, sophisticated fur pieces and more eveningwear alternatives with a masculine vibe and more sheer, daring evening gowns. The rich colors the designer chose for the new line definitely did justice to the theme of the new line. See more from the Elie Saab fall 2014 collection!
PFW Fall 2014: Giambattista Valli Fall 2014 RTW Collection
The Giambattista Valli fall 2014 collection revolved mostly around fresh variations on the floral garden theme, this time with a more abstract allure compared to previous seasons. Ultra feminine cocktail dresses were the designer’s focus, who used volume, intricate embellishments and lovely floral motifs to add a delicate, ethereal allure to the new creations. The brand’s experiments with shine were reserved for the end of the show, which ended on an elegant note. View more from the Giambattista Valli fall 2014 collection!
PFW Fall 2014: Alexander McQueen Fall 2014 RTW Collection
‘The Beauty and the Beast’ was the fairytale that inspired the new Alexander McQueen fall 2014 collection. The new options aren’t elegant in the traditional sense as only fashionistas with a serious degree of tolerance for risk can wear the outfits, but the uniqueness and otherworldly allure the new collection carries definitely makes it one of the most memorable lines from this edition of the Paris Fashion Week. The designer brought opulent fur coats and capes, A-line skirts, three-tiered lampshade dresses and stunning floor length gowns featuring feather details. See the complete Alexander McQueen fall 2014 collection!
PFW Fall 2014: Zuhair Murad Fall 2014 RTW Collection
The Zuhair Murad fall 2014 collection wasn’t as intensely focused on eveningwear as previous lines, but it doesn’t mean it was any less amazing. This time, the Lebanese designer took time to explore mostly chic daywear options and focused more on stunning butterfly and dragonfly prints.With leather accents, a bit less sparkle and intricate embellishments, the collection received a more modern-sophisticated allure, pushing into the spotlight several exquisite jumpsuits and sultry floor length gowns that are sure to instantly steal the attention on the red carpet. See the complete Zuhair Murad fall 2014 collection!