27 December 2015

Pre-Fall 2016 : Ralph Lauren


Athlesiure as the industry calls it is a huge trend this season, and has been taking the catwalk by storm. This trend can be described at the meeting point of high fashion and activewear, something that Ralph Lauren is very familiar with. Ralph Lauren has always been stereotyped with a masculine influence within their collections. After all, POLO Ralph Lauren is incredibly popular with both adolescent boys and men. The house was originally founded for designing ties and rapidly ventured into tailoring suits for men. It was in 1971, that they had created their first women's apparel.

Although incredibly minimalistic, feminine and delicate - this collection does still have that masculine undertone, which enables it to be a Ralph Lauren collection that we all know and love. Keeping it with that inspiration, there were a few question-inspired looks incorporated into the pieces and the colour palette was very simple, but by all means not boring. I loved it. The nude tones then contrasted with the black and tan looks at the end, which contributed to the impact of the collection. I loved the mature feel of the collection. It was really wearable which is so appealing to me. A lot of this collection had featured Suede which is one of my favourite materials. The Suede skirt teamed with the suede boots, finished with a slouchy jumper was just so effortlessly chic.

I for one am not a tracksuit type of girl, but there is no way I would turn down the beautiful all cashmere version which this collection offers. In addition to the gorgeous nude coat in the first look, then the nude bomber jacket - which I have never seen before. Having said this, a look that really did get me transfixed was the captivating white gown finished with the pussybow around the neck. It was absolutely beautiful. Red-carpet, award-season worthy if you ask me. I really hope I see that dress make an appearance on the red carpet. From Dakota Johnson perhaps?



























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