Tadashi Shoji Spring/Summer 2015 Collection – New York Fashion Week
We have been waiting for this so long and finally there it goes with all of the grace and charm that we are used to see! Of course, we are talking about the spanking new Tadashi Shoji spring/summer 2015 collection showcased during the blinding New York Fashion Week spring 2015! So just say classic fashion and ethereal classic shades, subtle silhouettes and super scrupulous textures, and very delicately picked pattern and shape plays and you will get this newest perfection from Tadashi Shoji. It’s just surprising how these fashion shows by Tadashi Shoji manage to overtake each other extremely quickly, every time having something more and something cuter to show!
So the Tadashi Shoji spring/summer 2015 collection starts with a white dress, which comes as the primary hint about the collection being the top of all-classics. Black alternatives come right after presenting some garments for evenings out and some outerwear garments in order not to feel cold without your bf’s suit! Delicate gray and blue shades come right after, when the delicacy and the super great feel of taste get united to create this range of super gorgeous dresses, each having something specific and cool about it. For instance, there are sassy dresses with V-curves, tee dresses of blue shade and really huge scrupulous work for each texture separately.
The A-line dresses and the tight-fitting grayish options secure the diversity and the sophisticated work carried out for their creation also featuring pieces like capes, and the signature floor length dresses, which are far beyond simply gorgeous. The color palette is again diverse still, inclined towards the creamy, black, and white tones. The interesting monochrome solutions that were picked for the looks also manage to complete the ideal results. So what those dresses having black, white, peachy, and golden tones are united with is the overall interesting shape and shade play, also perfected with design patterns and cool suggestions for floor length gowns, minis, and those reaching the knee level.
Transparency plays are the next thing that we would like to note about the Tadashi Shoji spring/summer 2015 collection, also adding that this is one of the most successful interpretations for having everything balanced including the features and the main textures used. The results were really unforgettable and cool making sure all of the models looked like classic high-class bourgeoisie ladies of the old times. And what’s especially important is that the queen is also here, securing the existence of the blinding golden dress adorned with a cap and some tiny shiny details put all over the texture of the apparel!
Photos courtesy of Vogue UK