Looks left to right — Freehand watercolor print chiffon blouse & abstract watercolor print stiff satin pencil skirt; Primitive floral & abstract watercolor drop waist jersey dress; & Trompe-l’ceil floral tapestry motif mesh blouse and skater skirt with multi-hued pom-pom hat
Front 2 looks, left to right — Embroidered folk print woven overcoat & Over-sized Scandinavian print wool-knit tunic
Desigual is always a super fun runway show to attend and this season the brand certainly didn’t disappoint! For Fall 2015, Desigual and Monsieur Christian Lacroix celebrate the world of creativity. Fashion’s ‘It Girls’ got in on the action as well with Harley Viera-Newton who served as music consultant and Langley Fox Hemingway, whose designs were interpreted by Desigual to serve as the backdrop and runway floor.
Abstract geometries multi-hued shift dress with watercolor print clutch
Abstract ink stripe jersey A-line dress with baroque motif satchel bag
Black turtleneck crop top & colorful naive circle motif print pencil skirt
Fall 2015 was inspired by the creative process of putting a collection together, and is a tribute to what happens in the design atelier. Abstract paintings, upholstery swatches, photographs of Africa, a voyage to northern Europe, and a landscape full of flowers are the root of the design inspiration: One that is full of creativity and originality.
Graphic floral print skirt & button-up tank blouse
Multi-hued shaggy pullover sweater and midnight blue & teal Baroque-motif vinyl pencil skirt
The collection featured geometric motifs in black and white, multi-colored cardigans with a Scandinavian feel, and structured dresses dipped in watercolors. Floral skirts in printed tulle make up the line alongside cocoon coats in true Lacroix style. The result is an eclectic and sophisticated mix that’s sure to catch the eye of women everywhere. Other highlights from the collection are multi-hued embroideries, oriental carpet motifs, and baroque tapestries woven into vivid abstraction.
Graphic floral print long-sleeved dress
Baroque floral print A-line shift dress
Black & white Cubist geometries sleeveless shift dress with faux-fur pom-pom hat
This is a global world we live in and Desigual wants you to dress like it! This collection is a reflection of a crossroads of culture coming together, where folk crafts, lush landscapes, and works of art from the North, South, East, & West all meet. Thru black and white geometric pieces, multi-color patterns from various cultures across the globe, and distinct fabric textiles speaks the brand’s motto “La Vida es Chula”, life is cool.
Abstract ink stripe faux-fur tunic dress & patterned woven trousers
Black & mustard Baroque embroidered coat with quilted sleeves with Baroque floral print handbag
The mood is anchored by bursts of medieval gemstones, contemporary paintings, and exotic flower bouquets, all rendered on printed tulles, jacquards, embossed hair, and duchess satin. Craftsmanship ties together the spirit of the many cultures set deep within the silhouettes. Just as Monsieur Lacroix exudes, “Desigual embodies the multiplicity of a woman, and women everywhere.” Women share the pleasure for living, taste for beauty and art, and joy in using fashion as self-expression. Every season is a new opportunity for Desigual to offer its a way of thinking, inevitably influenced by the Mediterranean, the sun, light, passion, and a lust for life.
Mixed Nordic-print pullover sweater and abstract floral stiff satin tulip skirt with Jade pom-pom hat
When history and the world intertwine, that’s what we’ll wear in F/W 2015! Desigual’s current brand ambassador, model Chantelle Winnie (ANTM Cycle 21 contestant), walked the runway along with supermodel, Behati Prinsloo.
Baroque floral print sleeveless shift dress
Renaissance floral stiff satin jumpsuit with floral embroidery shoulder sash
Colorful naive circle motif sleeveless shift dress with black & white naive circle motif satchel bag
Freeform graphic print jersey A-line dress with burgundy carryall tote
Special celebs & guests in attendance — Katie Holmes, DJ Harley Viera-Newton, model Langley Fox, model Adriana Lima, model Lena Gercke, actress Pauline Lefevre, DJ Mademoiselle Yulia, Rocsi Diaz, Catherine Guidici, Stassi Schroeder, Nana Merriweather, Nigel & Cristen Barker, and Managing Director of Desigual Manel Jadraque.
Special credits —
- Producer — Jay Arcos for Moda Tech, Inc.
- Show Director — Ester Rabinad, Desigual
- Hair — Edward Lampley
- Stylist — Chiara Legittimo, Desigual
- Casting — Maurilio Carmino for MTC Casting
- Makeup Team — Gordon Espinet and the MAC Pro team