ENTER GLAMOROUSLY IN FALL 2016 WITH THESE DESIGNER BRANDS

July 11, 2016

With changing seasons, the fashion trends also change. Some of them are temporary while some are to stay forever. Whatever it may be, it’s fun to watch the innovation and creativity that the various brands display with their collections each season. Fashion enthusiast waits to see what’s in store for them each time. The brands put their best foot forward and introduce us with styles which are never seen before or are back with a dynamic twist.

 

These fashion campaigns set the trends which are going to be followed in the coming months or years. Let’s take a look at a few designers with their fall 2016 collections.

 

GUCCI:

For its fall campaign, the brand headed to Tokyo. One can see beautiful shots on the busy streets of the city along with having subtitles. Alessandro Michele, the creative director, has given a cinematic touch to the campaign and it is called “Lost in Translation”. It features flowy gowns with patch work, colorful fur detailing and whimsical designs.

 

Gucci Fall Campaign

 

ROBERTO CAVALLI:

Its fall campaign portray bohemian and lucid touches with prints, ruffles, sheer designs, florals, embellishments, all reflecting the art of free living. The flowy dresses and printed bottoms in a beautifully captured photograph break the barriers of gender.

 

Roberto Cavalli

 

MOSCHINO:

The theme of fall campaign for the brand is Rebel. Just a look at it and you will see rebellious girls with biker jackets, gum boots, distressed denims and cool hats with stud detailing and branding everywhere.

 
Moschino
 

MIU MIU:

The campaign headed by the actress Amanda Seyfried features an aristocratic high society living in the form of collage of portraits showing elements of laces, off shoulders, Victorian styles and poppy prints.

 

Miu Miu

 

GIORGIO ARMANI:

Minimalism is what Giorgio Armani is focusing this fall. With black and white photographs featuring ruffles, intricate prints, long dresses, pant suits, the whole collection looks ethereal and elegant.

 

Giorgio Armani

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