BCBG Max Azria Fall 2015: An Edgy Take on Bohemian Chic

Hippie glamour is at the core of BCBG’s style and the label stayed true to that aesthetic with its Fall 2015 collection presented at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week on Thursday. Max and Lubov Azria took an edgy yet feminine approach to their fall collection with flowing silk tunics, patchwork shearling, and tall leather boots. Their collection sets the tone for New York Fashion Week and gives us a glimpse into the trends to expect in the season. Here is what to look for in ready-to-wear for Fall 2015:

  • fringe
  • intricate, eye-catching embroidery
  • deep red and rich blue color palettes
  • long flowing hemlines
  • lace-up detailing
  • turtlenecks
  • mixed textures

Lastly, the top six looks from BCBG’s fall collection have me dreaming of skipping spring and summer all together so I can rock these chic styles right now! What do you think? Which styles do you see yourself wearing in the fall?

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Photo Credit: Giovanni Giannoni via Women’s Wear Daily. View the slideshow at WWD for all the photos from the runway show.

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3 thoughts on “BCBG Max Azria Fall 2015: An Edgy Take on Bohemian Chic

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    • Turtlenecks are going to be big in the fall but I am still hesitant about wearing them. They are not my favorite but BCBG does a very good job of making them look more appealing to wear. They seem more loose rather than constricting, which is how I usually view them and the reason I don’t wear them.

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