For Spring 2015, Dries Van Noten was inspired by John Everett Millais' Ophelia painting and after looking at the painting myself, I clearly saw the influence. In the painting, we see Ophelia laying on the water, looking into the sky. She lies in the stream, in a dress, with flowers adorning her. And in this collection, I see a strong influence of nature and relaxation. I loved the set of this runway, the beautiful moss flooring and the subtle lighting of the runway, like sunlight through the branches of trees. In terms of the collection, I liked the mix of soft and hard materials. I love the light coloured silk, the pyjama material pants and the ethereal skirts.

I adore how this collection carries a mood of nonchalance and a relaxed element to it. My favourite looks are #6 and #7. I love those trousers! The prints are just lovely, with the dropped-crotch trousers, the oversized bomber jackets and spacious t-shirt tunics finished with effortless sandals. This collection meets ethereal and casual which were easy and elegant.

What did you think of this collection?
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Photo Credit: Style.com

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