Paris Fashion Week 2014; Bright Colors

Paris Fashion Week 2014 captured everyone’s attention as it was brighter, bolder and full of stunning collections that are surely trendsetters of modern fashion industry. Last days of Fashion Week were even more fascinating as the catwalk was full of bright pieces from famous designers. Let’s check out some of them.

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Let’s begin with less dramatic collection represented by Giambattista Valli. New spring 2014 collection was full of lovely and pastel tones as well as floral prints perfectly suitable for spring. Being inspired by Arte Povera movement and mainly by artist Alighiero Boetti this collection represents modern details and geometric cuts.

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Being one of the most popular designers of luxurious evening gowns and cocktail dresses Elie Saab 2014 spring collection became the most grandiose event during Paris Fashion Week. Again romanticism and versatility was the main concept of this collection and beauty bunnies rocked the runway with the most luxurious evening dresses in bright shades and prints.

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Want something more dramatic and creative? Just take a look at Valentino new 2014 spring collection that was full of colorful pieces inspired by Rome Opera. Striking and contrastive mixture of ethnic prints and Valentino designer house signature was really smashing.

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Russian designer Valentin Yudashkin represented line of sexy and ultra-modern dresses during Paris Fashion Week. Collection had many common details from 80’s fashion. Golden color and golden details were key details of this collection.

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This list would be incomplete without Alexander McQueen’s ultra-modern and bold collection for 2014 spring. “Urban Warrior” that is how the collection called. Creative director Sarah Burton represented new image of modern and strong woman through those amazing and bold designs.

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