Danish designer, Ole Yde, had to combat protestors that threatened to disrupt his show due to unrelated issues to him. Despite the protests surrounding the show, Yde sent out a collection that was whimsical, relatable, and completely wearable. Traditional Japanese floral prints and silhouettes, and refined Parisian society chic were apparent influences. The most innovative looks melded both influences together to create architectural dresses, asymmetrical skirts, and glamorous sheer gowns. Yde’s SS15 collection is a go to for a feminine look with an edge, and a hint of playfulness.
Article by IFBK
Photography by Guest Contributor Alexis Noelle Barnett