January 29, 2015

Crochet Inspiration on the Runway, Spring 2015

Crochet has made a dramatic resurgence on the runway during the past few years, and it is going to continue to linger around this spring!

The year begins with bold colors, geometric shapes, granny squares, dresses, skirts, floral accents, shells, accessories, extreme detail, including crochet embellishments.


Emilio Pucci (Spring 2015, Ready to Wear)

The designer includes crochet motifs, color work, crocheting with thread, geometric and hyperbolic shapes, mixed with a bohemian air.






Barbara Tfank (Spring 2015, Ready to Wear)

The designer includes dramatic shapes and to create an awe inspiring crochet crop top, along with crochet embellished dress sleeves.

The designer includes using crochet mesh gloves as an outfit accessory, but also includes crocheting with fabric into a full dress.





Delpozo (Spring 2015, Ready to Wear)

The designer includes popcorn stitch crochet while incorporating a detailed floral design into fashions reminiscent of Irish Crochet.




Miu Miu (Resort, 2015)

The designer includes various colored granny squares to create a 1970's style vest to accent the outfits.






Tess Giberson (Spring 2015, Ready to Wear)

The designer includes lace and floral geometric motifs in creating works of summery dresses, outfits, and tops.






Proenza Schouler (Spring 2015, Ready to Wear)

The designer includes the shell stitch in dark colors to almost all of their designs,







Ostwald Helgason (Spring 2015, Ready to Wear)

The designer includes floral crochet motifs as embellishments to their works of art.





Sibling (Spring 2015, Ready to Wear)

The designer includes crochet dresses, skirts, and frills in a BIG way.  By using geometric shapes with vibrant color, it draws attention to elegant and airy skirts and dress, but also notice the great detail in a crochet ruffle.








Tess Giberson (Resort, 2015)

Again, this designer includes crochet in their Resort Collection.  Floral motif work in neutral white emit a nice fresh air of relaxation.




Reference/Photos C/O; Style.com

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