2015 Fall Runway Trends | It’s All About Individuality

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Now that we’re officially in Autumn we looked to 2015’s Fall Trends to inspire the new eyewear looks that we’ll be sporting in the months ahead. Anna Wintour noted that this season was all about “reflecting a woman’s character rather than trends” and there is no shortage both on and off the runway of themes to explore. Whether you’re looking to the runways or the street for new ways to revamp your eyestyle, these are some of our favourite styles that we’re clamoring to try this year.

“It’s a non-stop dialogue” – Karl Langerfeld, Chanel

Finding ways to interweave new approaches to your wardrobe doesn’t mean overhauling your entire look. Maybe you love layers of black but want a colour pop that shines through, or you’re looking to pivot your everyday into something with eye-catching appeal. The artistry behind the Fall 2015 collections can provide the spark to bring you through to 2016.


Themes & Variations


“Ladylike refinement with an arty touch” – Godfrey Deeny, Le Figaro

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Refined craftsmanship can be found in the layers of handcrafted Italian acetate, depths of colour, and metallic detailing of fall 2015’s most stunning eyewear styles.

            “Freedom of being yourself…create your own balance” – Pierpaolo Piccioli, Valentino

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Pops of colour, graphic patterns, unexpected design elements, and a distinct aesthetic drive a look that isn’t constrained by trend.

“Strong point of view…diversity of strong, strong women” – Olivier Rousteing, Balmain

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With attention to detail, quality materials, and a singular design, neutral and black glasses can electrify the room with the same impact of their brighter hued cousins.

Back to emotion, back to intuition, back to feelings again” – Alber Elbaz, Lanvin

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