Anna Sui’s Spring 2015 collection captured the feel of the traditional girl next door vs. the sporty girl. A pleasant change up from the runway experience, Anna Sui opted to just simply photograph models wearing her Spring 2015 collection.The overall collection is a phenomenal visual display, all the more enhanced as the models were paired with alternating looks. The looks showcased placed an emphasis on affixed graphics, contrasting colors and took on experimental fabric usage. The overall collection featured the signature Anna Sui aesthetic, in a medley of polished and relaxed garments like: dresses, rompers, and sporty separates uniquely played up with novelties and embellishments.
Well received looks include:
A casual punk rock ensemble that starts with a sheer black sequin loose dolmen sleeve inspired tee, which is paired with an a black lace, grey tapered leg sweat pant, accented with black booties.
One must also mention the creative elongated, free flowing deconstructed baby blue, floral kimono inspired shirt dress featured next to a periwinkle grey and black patterned short-sleeved kimono dress.
Finally the absolute favorite look showcased, a mixed media black and tan cape inspired cover, worn over the same identical patterned dress, with a solid black silk trim adorned over the hem of the dress.