Fashionable red dresses by Viktor & Rolf, Fall-Winter 2015-2015
The Dutch brand, founded over 10 years ago, has decided to please fans during Paris Fashion Week with a collection dedicated to the favorite color of femme fatale. Of course we are talking about red. It became the highlight of the new fall-winter 2015-2015couture collection.
The haute couture collection is something unusual, somewhere extravagant that does not fit into a simple day of an ordinary office employee. These are dresses or suits that will certainly attract the attention on you, because the probability of finding another exactly same outfit does not exist.
The idea of Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren new collection found its origins in Hollywood shows, taking place on the red carpet. No one will question the importance of this element during regular movie premieres or music festival. The stars usually strive to find the best outfit for such events. That is the reason why the Dutch duo has solved this problem by advising to “wear the red carpet.” And why not? Such look will be certainly remembered by the press and fans.
It is not an easy task to create a variety of styles of dresses from only one material. What can I say, this seems impossible. But authors managed to do that and red outfits do not look the same and boring.
Main elements of the collection:
- huge knots
The length of dresses varies from model to model. There are midi dresses, mini, but what is drawing attention is their form, and not the length. Easy fit, hourglass shape, accentuated by a belt or straight T-silhouette – all in red.
Such collection can not be overlooked, because, as you know, all the fanciest lies in simplicity. Thus, from the seemingly unremarkable velvet, an entire line of unique and trendy outfits can be created. And in order to observe the obtained result, some models of dresses had animal prints to match the attire.
The Fall-Winter 2015-2015 show of Viktor & Rolf proves once again that the human imagination has no limits. Sometimes to be inspired it is enough to just look at familiar things from a new angle.