The fall 2015 runway season (which is now becoming relevant as fall fast approaches) was full of black on black monochrome looks, which ranged from edgy to romantic and everything in between. Here are my favorite monochrome black looks from the season, to provide style inspiration for the coming months!
Alexander Wang delivered just what we'd expect, and exactly what we want to look like a tough girl this fall. Heavy masculine shapes, even in the form of maxi dresses, and plenty of hardware detail, make black on the badass look we aim for.
As per usual, Tom Ford killed the sexy womenswear game, with long dresses with plunging necklines and cutouts. The accessorizing made his black-on-black looks more intricate and bohemian, heavy boots to keep the looks strong.
With the McQueen fall 2015 collection, Sarah Burton succeeded in creating something dark, moody, sexy, and romantic, all in one. The revealed midriff comes in unexpected peeks and holes, creating layers of black we can only hope to pull off.
The models at Rick Owens' show may have looked beyond spooky, but the dramatic shapes and draped knits and leather are perfect for making a dark statement come fall, especially worn as seperates.
The quirky Japanese designer delivered androgyny and wit in a slew of vaudeville-inspired modest black ensembles.The draped pieces hung dramatically, but the models carried off the dark looks with a quirky sort of grace.
Armani's collection this fall wasn't all monochrome black. His stong and simple statement jackets and pants looked best in dark colors, and the black ensembles were striking and chic, without being too masculine or too feminine.