September 25, 2016

Hot! Gallery #NYFW Fall 2015 Designer Inspirations

New York Fashion week is almost here. Ahead of the collections showcase, get a sneak peek at what the designers are planning to send down the runway. Who are you most excited to see?

 

Mathieu Mirano Fall 2015
Perry Ellis 2015
Katty Xiomara Fall 2015
Beyond Closet Fall 2015
Leanne Marshall Fall 2015
Tadashi Shoji Fall 2015
Sally LaPointe Fall 2015
Vivienne Tam Fall 2015
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Yoana Baraschi Fall 2015
pamella roland Fall 2015
Christian Siriano Fall 2015
Yalary Fuentes Fall 2015
DESIGUAL Fall 2015
Son Jung Wan Fall 2015
Black Halo Fall 2015
Rebecca Taylor Fall 2015
Marissa Webb Fall 2015
KOTUR Fall 2015
David Hart Fall 2015
Hickey Freeman Fall 2015
Lucio Castro Fall 2015
Carlos Campos Fall 2015
Ernest Alexander Fall 2015
GENTS Fall 2015_4
Daniel Silverstain Fall 2015
Monique Lhuillier Fall 2015
Dennis Basso Fall 2015
DEGEN Fall 2015
Mara Hoffman Fall 2015
Nicole Miller Fall 2015
LIE SANGBONG F/W 2015

Mathieu Mirano Fall 2015

"Refined, natural elegance," – Mathieu Mirano

Katie Gallagher F/W 2015

"To see colors in the form of lines and shapes in response to words or feelings. The placement for the color, in one's visual field is specific and in a consistent spacial arrangement each time." -- Katie Gallagher

Perry Ellis 2015

"For the Fall 2015 collection I explored the intersection between workwear and sportswear. I used more volume and less trim and detail to allow for the function elements and technical fabrics to shine through," – Michael Maccari, Perry Ellis Creative Director

Katty Xiomara Fall 2015

"It's an elixir of irreverence that pushes for a more feminine outline that concepts more masculine of military uniform. This collection seeks the natural organic our urban direction in contrast with the countryside. It's about understanding the nature and then integrates it in our society in an urban valorization." -- Katty Xiomara

Beyond Closet Fall 2015

The concept behind Beyond Closet’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection is “New Orange Boy,” which is a Korean term that was used to describe the excessive consumption of wealthy offspring in Gangham (Seoul’s most lavish neighborhood) in the 1990’s. This generation was notorious for their debaucherous ways and exorbitant purchases of luxury goods and vehicles. Beyond Closet reinvents this notion, contrary to the old “Orange Boy,” “New Orange Boy” represents the new generation of youth independent of family riches who strive to live their own lives.

Leanne Marshall Fall 2015

“This collection is inspired by the vision of mist rising in an enchanted forest, the work of Andrea Pramuk, as well as The Story of Adele H. (F. Traffaut, 1975), the true story of a young woman driven to madness by love and obsession." -- Leanne Marshall

Tadashi Shoji Fall 2015

"The Spirit of Flight." -- Tadashi Shoji

Sally LaPointe Fall 2015

"Inspired by Pina Bausch, I wanted to present a collection that is raw, honest, and a bit crude," Sally LaPointe

Vivienne Tam Fall 2015

"Chinoiserie. The popular 16th century European notion of the exotic East as expressed (or reflected) in decorative objects, wall papers, fabrics and furniture," Vivienne Tam

leyii

LEYII’s Fall/Winter 2015 concept is “Pur-Ensemble,” which combines the word ‘Pur’ meaning pure and ‘Ensemble’ meaning to be in harmony. LEYII’s pieces are an expression of her balance of construction, detail and fabric. Her Fall/Winter collection showcases LEYII’s contemporary and minimal sensibilities. Seunghee Lee for Concept Korea

Yoana Baraschi Fall 2015

"Female Superheros -which is what we all need to be." --Yoana Baraschi

pamella roland Fall 2015

"The Fall 2015 pamella roland collection is inspired by the world of fashion in 1970’s Paris as described in the book “The Beautiful Fall." It was a glamorous world of designers, models, photographers and their creative conspirators that have become enduring style icons." -- Pamella Roland

Christian Siriano Fall 2015

"The deep, dark and mysterious creatures from the Congo Jungle in the Central African Republic were my main source of inspiration for my Fall 2015 collection. I was drawn to the home of the silverback gorilla along with other exotic and exquisite creatures. These animals echoed through sleek burnout wool textured dresses, bold animal printed jacquard coats and liquid panther-like velvet evening looks. I wanted the collection to feel luxe and sophisticated but still playful through the ease and fluidity of the silhouettes. Inspired by plant life and the jungle itself are graphic oversized palm printed taffetas and bright citrus embroideries; petal appliques from the African tulip tree and Heliconia plant are a vivid splash of color that brings a dark collection to life. I wanted this collection to feel elegant, powerful, bold but still romantic for the Christian Siriano woman this season." -- Christian Siriano

Yalary Fuentes Fall 2015

"[My instructor] helped me to open my mind and go ahead of everything—be avant garde. With her [help], I pushed myself to the edge and risked everything. I started this collection in her class." -- Yalary Fuentes , Associate of Applied Science in Fashion Design, 2014, The Art Institute of New York City

DESIGUAL Fall 2015

"An abstract painting, a travel photograph from Africa, a trip to Northern Europe and a field full of flowers—these are starting points to our living canvas." -- Monsieur Christian Lacroix for Desigual

Son Jung Wan Fall 2015

"Retro-meets-modern: For fall 2015 I was inspired by the romantic MGM films of the 1950’s and the fashion photography of Gordon Parks.” -- Son Jung Wan

Black Halo Fall 2015

"Clean elegant lines inspired by modern architectural shapes." -- Laurel Berman, designer of Black Halo

Rebecca Taylor Fall 2015

"Rebecca Taylor’s Fall 2015 channels the eclectic French girl--Francoise Hardy. She searches Portobello Market and Les Puces de Saint-Ouen for cool Victorian pieces and soft, femme chiffon dresses to style with “worn-in” Military jackets" Rebecca Taylor

Marissa Webb Fall 2015

"Bianca Jagger & the Boys Club," – Marissa Webb

KOTUR Fall 2015

"Place du Casino... The Copacabana...The Sands...El Morocco... Casino Lisboa" KOTUR

David Hart Fall 2015

"The Fall 2015 collection is inspired by the American Southwest and Spaghetti Western films of the late 1960's. I was inspired by Hollywood's glorification of the American West during the 19th century and how it was adapted for the screen during that era. This collection is a polished buttoned up vision of that with some nods to real western workwear, authentic 19th century prints, and stylized Western prints from the 1960s." -- David Hart

Hickey Freeman Fall 2015

"The Fall 2015 Hickey Freeman Sportswear collection is inspired by the early days of aviation in the United States and abroad. There are modernized military details that run through the collection that have been updated in a modern luxurious way. The collection was also inspired by German modernist photographer Willi Ruge's iconic parachuting series photographs from the early 1930s." -- David Hart, creative director for Hickey Freeman

Lucio Castro Fall 2015

"This season we've been captured by the hypnotic made-for-tv movie "Ubu Roi" by Jean Christophe Averty in 1965. Based on the revolutionary play by Alfred Jarry, considered by many the first sign of modernism, we took three words from it and used them as a motto in our collection: despotic, dada and royal. And also, a sense of alluring repetition that is so relevant right now through the extensive use of .gifs and memes." -- Lucio Castro

Carlos Campos Fall 2015

"This collection is about the transformative powers of art to change perception – change in the eye of the beholder. My designs this season leverage the power of texture and shape to appear different depending on the viewing angle. You could say that this fall for me, texture is the new black." -- Carlos Campos

Ernest Alexander Fall 2015

"The inspiration for our FW15 collection began while I was on a brief retreat in a cabin in upstate New York. It was a rented place from an artisan who had lived there for most of his life, working as a local pottery maker and craftsman. Throughout the house were some of his works; sculptured pieces and photographs inspired by the southwest, native, and Aztec traditions filled with rich colors found in nature around the cabin. Olives, moss greens, and browns, punches of vibrant reds and blues and touches of rustic orange and yellows. From these colors and concepts, we began to build our own perception of this man’s life, conjuring up ideas of his travels, the things he may have owned or collected, how he dressed, and so on. As a result, this season tells a story about a romantic, a wandering traveler, interested in the world around him and intent of preserving what he saw by reinterpreting it in his own dress and art." -- Ernest Alexander Sabine

GENTS Fall 2015_4

"The Gents Fall 2015 caps and apparel collection was inspired by motorcycle racing. We took cues from the clean lines and contrast bold colors found on riders' gear, and translated it into a cohesive line of luxury basics." --Josh Reed Founder and owner

Daniel Silverstain Fall 2015

"The season is inspired by British travelers to India in the 60's - a juxtaposition between modern world and wild culture. The collection is extremely modern with hints of the Indian essence - an explosion of colors, wild textures and lots of shine." -- Daniel Silverstain

Monique Lhuillier Fall 2015

"My fall 2015 collection plays on the juxtaposition of masculine v. feminine. Strong, structured separates are paired with soft, fluid silhouettes," Monique Lhuillier

Dennis Basso Fall 2015

"My collection is inspired by the jet setting, glamorous women of the 1970," Dennis Basso

DEGEN Fall 2015

"Claes Oldenburg's store for the fashion industry." -- Lindsay Degen

Mara Hoffman Fall 2015

"This collection is about keeping your feet on the ground, hands in the sky, and allowing the force to be with you at all times," Mara Hoffman

Nicole Miller Fall 2015

"The fall collection is inspired by mythic arts with a forest theme – the mysteries of the woods as seen through the eyes of illustrators," Nicole Miller

LIE SANGBONG F/W 2015

"I came across an ink drawing of a peony in an old sketch book and began to dream of capturing the fragility of this spectacular flower in the construction of this season’s garments." -- Mr. Lie, LIE SANGBONG

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