Spring Ready-to-Wear 2015

Guy Laroche

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Guy Laroche RTW Spring 2015

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Guy Laroche RTW Spring 2015

Marcel Marongiu was inspired by the vintage style of Claire McCardell for his spring collection for Guy Laroche.

Marcel Marongiu was inspired by the vintage style of Claire McCardell for his spring collection for Guy Laroche. Rather than take a literal approach, the designer sought to channel McCardell’s talent for streamlined sportswear into outfits that toyed with masculine-feminine contrasts.

Slim navy dungarees with gold buckles exposed a sexy bare back, while a mannish navy blazer was paired with a black bandeau bikini top and wide-leg pants fashioned in a yellow-and-navy raffia, silk and Lurex weave. That fabric was also used on shift dresses with chunky zippers running down the front.

These were among several above-the-knee options, which also included black dresses and skirts inset with panels densely embroidered in a camouflage pattern made from colored pieces of Plexiglas. The result was ladylike, but not dull.

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