Malorie Urbanovitch’s S/S 2015 collection was a hit with WMCFW attendees as all of the looks were extremely wearable and trendy for the upcoming year. The majority of the silhouettes in this collection were very slim being that the popular textile of choice was a heavy knit. And if you’ve ever owned anything constructed from that kind of fabric, you know how easy it can droop and drag down. Regardless of the weighted fabric, it worked well with the urban grunge theme that was evident throughout the collection.
Malorie Urbanovitch’s S/S 2015 Collection
A warming palette of jewel tones (burgundy, burnt orange, emerald and raspberry) was featured in Malorie Urbanovitch’s collection, which was a nice change as opposed to pastels which had already dominated the week. Her choice of textiles ranged from suede, silks and knits, proving her propensity to choose natural fabrics over synthetics. The majority of her collection featured dresses and skirts with low hem-lines which created slim and chic silhouettes.
The overall look was clean, fresh and minimal, as the models had their hair slicked back from their face to show off their “no-make up” make up look. Simple accessories such as a fur collar and leather goods accompanied some of the looks, but the clothes themselves were a bold enough statement to do without the extra pieces.
We also saw a resurgence of fringe in a couple of looks from the collection, further affirming that fringe will be a big player in the upcoming season’s trends. We especially loved the last look (the orange fringed dress) as it added a lot of movement to the silhouette, perfect for girls who aren’t as blessed in the curves department.
[quote_center]How do you feel about wearing jewel tones in the spring as well as the fall/winter?[/quote_center]
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