A meaty magazine dedicated to the most recent runway shows of the season. Catch up on the latest trends from top international designers and read about the collections, models, reviews and behind the scenes action. This is an opportunity to learn from the best, and discover ways of taking runway couture out onto the high street.
Marie Claire Runway is riddled with interviews with stylists, fashion editors, agents and basically anyone who is part of the fashion elite! Find out what trends to follow and which to stay clear of in terms of hair, make up and clothing. A neat and up to date account of what’s happening in Fashionland.
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A proud moment for Karl Lagerfeld was the Chanel Spring/Summer 2012 show, which transported the audience into a bleak white and underwater world to match the theme of the collection. He had Florence and the Machine serenading the models and they strutted their stuff a typically Chanel collection. Louis Vuitton went for a similar colour scheme with the collection, however they decided to go with an ethereal white carousel, on which the models would ride before hitting the runway. The collection was pretty in places and was a huge hit.
Runway is, of course, an enormous part of the fashion industry that we all love. It is the one place where stylists can go completely mental, and they so often do. We’ve seen colour block eyebrows, black lips, gold plated eye lids and sky scraper hair. Although I’m sure it must take hours to remove, it is worth it for the sake of the show. Facial sequins, embellishments, neon stripes and if you’re Alberta Ferretti, full on structured face veils in intricate lace designs.
My personal favourite runway shows are the ones that go all out, dressing their models in near architectural structures. One brand that never fails to impress in this vein is Victoria’s Secret, who regularly embellishing their models with stunning fashion sculptures.
Having seen the success of both Vogue Collections and Elle Collections magazines, Marie Claire Runway is launched. Its slightly less well built, but still comes as a refreshing take on the fashion shows and trends twice a year - and with the tagline, How Fashion Happens - suggesting that there'll be some tutorial style content going forwards. These collections magazines do make for wonderful collections, if you know what I mean.