Like a genuine “Enfant du Soleil”, Simon Porte Jacquemus delivered a beforehand Fall Winter 2015 offering for the first day of Paris Fashion Week. In the festivities of the week, the forever young French designer pleased his audience, introducing his new type of woman.
Two-faced models, third-eyed faces. With the help of Illustrator Sebastian Bieniek, Jacquemus reinterpreted Picasso’s famous features, transforming ladies into museums’ masterpieces. Asymmetric cuts, sharp patterns and delineated silhouettes walked along the podium displaying navy blue dresses and green ensembles mixed with subtle shades of white.
Either playing with high-waisted silhouettes, turtle-necked sweaters or shoulder-less tops, Jacquemus’ Fall/Winter 2015 offering illustrated how versatile modern women’s wardrobe tend to be.
His collection taking its cues from the late 80’s, Jacquemus showcased a series of highly feminine moods and portraits, in a surprisingly fresh offering. It’s certainly what it takes to shine a light like an “Enfant du Soleil”.