Philipp Plein

Spring-Summer 2015 – Beginning in a monochrome colour palette, the Philipp Plein show had a ladylike 50s feel with full skirts, nipped in waists, halter tops and polka dots. In a stark contrast to this sporty fluoro designs emerged in the form of shorts, bomber jackets and trainers. Leather biker jackets toughened up feminine, full skirts in an array of primary colours, red, yellow and blue. Colourful toucan prints embellished dresses adding a fun tropical feel. Sequins and studs adorned the pieces adding an extra element to the strong colour palette and structure of the collection.

Hair and Makeup.

Hair was worn in a side parting and left loose whilst the minimal makeup let the colour palette of the collection do the talking.


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Written by Sarah Mcgough

Sarah is beauty and fashion writer and MUA from Scotland currently studying fashion journalism. Sarah has a true passion for the intertwining worlds of beauty and fashion.


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