2 September 2015
Fall/ Winter 2015-2016 Headwear Trends
The Gamme Rouge Show by Giambattista Valli for Moncler
The Moncler Gamme Rouge Fall-Winter 2015/16 collection features a gripping British plot. The collection draws on the ritual of dressing for horse riding, on the appeal that combines sporting attitude and tradition with a healthy dose of snobbery, a touch of humor and tongue-in-cheek irony.
"For my Fall 2015 Collection, I wanted to create a sensual, textural world - a warm, cozy winter wonderland of strength and dimension. From lush sophistication to the nomadic romance of artisanal shearlings to the pure spirit of simple elegance, I'm inspired by the women who dares to express her individuality with bold creativity." - Ralph Lauren. And we can say with confidence - yes, Ralph, you did it perfect as always.
Brimmed hats were certainly seen on the runway shows enough times to constitute as a trend of their own. They appear in a multitude of colors, medium sized brims used to keep the sun away and the cold at bay. Side brimmed hats with lots of embellishments appeared at Lanvin and struck us by their unique designs and perfectly lovable shapes. Classic, booming in popularity and with the perfect addition of panache to make any look appear more glamorous than it very well may be.
Marc by Marc Jacobs
Marc by Marc Jacobs berets come in rivets and felt, with pretty little pins attached to the side for pops of color. These fancy colors are added with embellishments on the Marc by Mar Jacobs riveted berets, giving it even more of a chic overall feel.
With the right headwear, you can always create the most uniquely stylish looks, playing around with it to accessorize your outfits correctly. The smaller headpiece can have on your entire outlook is to be respected for it can make you chic or having you looking totally eccentric or extravagant. In the fall/ winter 2015-2016 headwear trends, you can certainly find a few concepts that match your taste and your personality to the tee.