Floral motifs, navy, black & white combinations and fringe details were the highlight of the Fendi show. There was also a beautiful surprise theme at the end of the show: feathers. With Silvia Venturini Fendi & Karl Lagerfeld at the helm of the design team, it’s no wonder this show was a stunner.
I’m a big fan of the Armani house of fashion, and the Emporio Armani show did not disappoint. It featured chic casualwear, multi-button detailed jackets, a lot of stripes, a lot of cobalt blue, ruffles and metallic sheen. With over 50 looks, it was seriously splendid!
The Max Mara show had a profound influence by model turned actress Anjelica Huston. With a retro nod at the 1970s, the collection featured midi dresses, chic cover ups & tailoring, abstract floral prints, sheer blouses, complete with wide brimmed hats, calf-high boots, straight hair, oversized sunglasses and a flick of neon orange eyeliner.
Like all Cavalli shows, this one was full of beautiful graphic prints in an array of textures of all shapes, from cut up maxi dresses, to halterneck minis and even skater-style dresses. Two-pieces and pants were also present along with a vibrant variety of colours.
I always love the fun antics of the Moschino fashion, and this collection really blew me away! As we all know, Jeremy Scott has been delivering killer fashion for the fashion house since his design position, and he definitely did not disappoint. Mattel’s it girl Barbie was this season’s theme, and although the plastic iconic doll has had her controversies, this collection was all about fun. There was the candy pink & blonde wigs, roller skating itty-bitty-wearing blondes, denim-clad brunettes, neon and candy colours, a lot of peace signs and more voluminous hair. And let’s not forget the 1980s style eveningwear! Thank you Moschino & Jeremy Scott for bringing my childhood to life on the runway!
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