Matthew Gallagher’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection that showed on Day 4 of WMCFW S/S 2015 swept us away into a fairytale, and had us wishing that we didn’t have to leave. The recurring blue and pink used as accent colors in combination with a neutral paletted appeared again in his collection. There was a lot of movement with full-bodied dresses and skirts, and many of the silhouettes were over exagerrated though the models didn’t appear as if they were drowning in the clothes. Although many of the designs were oversized and over-the-top it didn’t look like the designs were wearing the models.
Matthew Gallagher’s S/S 2015 Collection
Matthew Gallagher’s designs are befitting of the haute couture label as each one was immaculately designed with ornate finishes and the perfect choice of fabrics. We could tell that his collection was not for mass-prodution and that a lot of time and effort is put into each and every single piece to ensure that they’re fitted to the models perfectly. If you’re ever in need of a bespoke dress for the next red carpet event that you’re attending then make sure to call up Matthew Gallagher. You’ll quickly top all of the best dressed kist and become the envy of every single woman.
We had a hard time trying to resist the urge of getting out of our seats and running up to the runway just to touch the dresses. The allure of the luxurious fabrics had our eyes glued to the collection the entire time. And not to mention the 3D shape of the skirts with pleats inverted was a huge departure from your typical skirt pattern. Matthew Gallagher’s collection revealed the art and science behind fashion design and demonstrated that simplicity can be beautiful if everything else is done to perfection. At the end of the show, we all left the runway feeling like princesses inside even if we didn’t have a chance to wear the dresses.
[quote_center]How do you feel about the recurrence of pink and blue in so many of the shows?[/quote_center]
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