VERA WANG SPRING 2015 RTW COLLECTION
This season, the Vera Wang Spring 2015 RTW collection was bridal infusion of ruffled, ruched, ...
September 15, 2014
This season, the Vera Wang Spring 2015 RTW collection was bridal infusion of ruffled, ruched, pleated, passementiere, a “deconstruction” of formal feminine details through the prism of both tailored and soft silhouettes. It was “Boyish Boudoir, Baby Bohemian.”
“There are two very distinct parts: One is tailored, the other side is very flou,” the designer said.
Models walked white gravel-strewn paths accessed through a black rose-covered entryway in oversize double-breasted wool blazers with pleated hems and passementerie embellishment on the back, rows of ruffles and tiered pleats on vests and camisole tops, fabric-covered sequin flowers, and brocade trapeze dresses, most in shades of black, navy, and charcoal, with skirts flaring out about the mid-thigh over bare legs, the majority cinched neatly along the empire waistline with thick black leather belts.
Vera Wang said she borrowed a lot of the techniques she uses in bridal and applied them to the menswear pieces.