Designer Shows That Made A Mark
Alexander McQueenA love letter to the heroic and courageous women, the collection was underlined by messages of togetherness and support for each other. Inspired by the cultural heritage, history and the landscape of Wales, what stood out in design was the use of delicate tulle, brocade and patchwork along with power-driven silhouettes. Almost the entire show was dominated by black and white outfits with an occasional yet striking red that communicated the ideology of love and strength effortlessly.
ChanelA new refreshing perspective on basics defined the Chanel collection this season. Almost a complete black and white show, with a focus on simplicity set the tone for the designs. From powerful separates and signature tweed skirts to billowing trousers and classic LBDs, there is something for a Chanel lover at every age to take away from the collection.
GivenchySome serious fashion was unfolded at the Givenchy show that was majorly inspired by the French New Wave Cinema. A sharp and sleek collection with a dash of graphic glamour and elegance made the collection stand out among the rest. Impactful silhouettes were teamed with opera gloves and dramatic hats to set right the overall mod aesthetic of the collection.
The Best of Street Style Inspiration
Print on Print
We love a good print play and this look in particular had us wanting it right away. This season, try the trend in black and white with a light layering detail to go along. Add a bright accessory and slip into fashionable flats to get the look right – easy, breezy and stylish.