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Jill Stuart Spring 2015

Wednesday, September 16, 2015


What would fashion week be each season without change? Would you honestly tune in show after show if there was absolutely no progression? Probably not. If your still looking around for Jill Stuart's modern cross between pixie and fairy, as seen in Spring 2015, say so long. Trading in free flowing for form-fitting, it looks like Alexander Wang has some competition on his hands now. Not only in aesthetic, but in terms of shoes to kill for next season.

Always finding a way to strike that special cord in a woman's heart, Jill Stuart does it again. Taking us to the point where the 80s met the 90s. Sheer spandex leggings, metallic dresses mixed in with lace, it's hard to be remotely down in the dumps after looking at the spirit and work up into this collection. Keeping with her attitude of comfort and elegance in what we wear, a few less constricting pieces were sprinkled throughout the show. Though the message was mostly short-chic-sheer.

Surly a few of these looks will be instantly snatched up the moment they hit shelves, though the lace up mesh open-toe boots need to be mine. Probably more than anything else this season.

Body-con Count: 3
Sheer Count: 4 1/2
Look Total: 2034
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Images: Marcio Madeira

1 Comments:

Dexter said...

There are some nice (what nice, marvellous) dresses, but I like the footwear the most, it's much-much better than other designers' this time. Jil Stuart, check :-)

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