Baroque style in the fall-winter 2014-2015 became a trend, which leadership cannot be denied. It manifested itself in all imaginable forms, from subtle and expressive prints on dresses to bright and bold interpretations of baroque patterns on their skirts and bodices. Most often we could see the baroque style dresses in black and white coloring, but some designers have decided to go beyond neutrality, including in their baroque dresses different colors.
Classic knee length cocktail dresses with baroque prints were presented by Andrew Gn and Jill Stuart. Versace and Emilio Pucci showed similar design short mini-dress with baroque print and long sleeves. Luxurious femininity in dresses shone through Dolce & Gabbana and Dennis Basso fashion shows. Vivienne Tam and Rodarte proved how harmonically baroque style can fit into casual everyday long dresses. Monique Lhuillier presented mermaid style baroque dress. Roberto Cavalli didn’t miss this trend and successfully nailed it with 20’s style dresses.