Looking to dress to impress? White is the colour to invest in. Whether flouncy and sheer, a structured suit, or a day dress with a relaxed silhouette, catwalks were awash with white tones showing designer’s love for this Spring/Summer favourite.
Because it’s beyond slick, that’s why. Summer’s alternative to black, the softer tone lightens the wrist and pairs well with everything. Petrol, royal, navy, no matter what the shade blue is the colour we’re craving.
Waves upon waves, tiered to perfection, sashayed down the runway in the form of ballerina inspired skirts and flamenco sleeves. A vehemently romantic trend, you can tone down the sweetness by choosing a simple ruffled accessory for an instant wardrobe update.
Military influence usually comes in the form of a double-breasted pea coat or a pair of desert boots, but this spring/summer saw the emergence of the casualwear jumpsuit. Choose a relaxed boiler suit and wear turned up with slides for urban city exploring.
Sportswear is back! The past few seasons sports luxe has evolved to meet demand and continues to be a street style favourite with the fashion elite. Whether it’s pairing a silk bomber with denim or donning a full tracksuit and stilettos, it is one of the most luxurious and wearable trends.
No longer just the calf raises to be working on in the gym, get ready for thigh bearing short shorts. One for the warmer climates, enjoy a more tailored silhouette and an even tan line with this summer style.
With the likes of Gucci & Chanel awash with pinks who are we to deny it’s power status this season. Every shade is on offer from powder tints to full on fuchsia’s. Keep the look grown up by sticking to structured garments or go for a playful approach in sheer ruffled fabrics.
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Forever grateful for the ease of sportswear, take it to the edge with full on logo bombers and neon piping or enjoy the more relaxed never-ending selection of trainer collaborations from sporting and designer brands.
Designers threw the rule book out the window when it came to traditional shirt lines. As if torn apart and pieced back together, cut out shoulders and ruched sleeves created new style workwear for the modern woman.
Soft vanilla tones lifted the catwalks at Jil Sander and Oliver Spencer. Structured accessories and dark highlights keep this look edgy and sharp. Warm, earthy, and rose gold tones pair well with this summer scorcher.
Fine layers of sheer fabrics created ethereal beauty this season. For the ultra-feminine a mix of embroidery and embellishment at Valentino and Ralph & Russo, while at Coach and Alexander McQueen a rebellious look evolved pairing biker jackets and boots with sheer dresses and skirts.