The Womenswear Edit
The Spring Summer trends are nothing but a thing of beauty, from the bright to the bold, take a look for yourself.
It’s finally time to welcome in the new season trends with a brighter palette of primary colours, deeper denim and lighter layers. Here’s our guide to conquering spring, one outfit at a time...
This season sees an ode to the naughties with the return of raw denim and a focus on straight lines, tailoring and stiff collars, thanks to the likes of Tom Ford and Nina Ricci’s spring SS18 shows. Double up your denim with simple shirts and panelled jackets, or opt for all-in-ones like pinafores and dungarees teamed with staple white essentials. It is time to buy those designer jeans.
into the wild
Kombinieren Sie erdige Farbtöne im Urban Desert Look mit edlen Lederschuhen und luxuriösen Accessoires. Bequeme Chinohosen, Leinenhemden oder Jacken angelehnt an den Military Look gehören zu den Essentials, in die Sie investieren sollten. Gerade Schnitte und funktionelle Details runden ihr Outfit perfekt ab.
Bright and Beautiful
Unleash your inner colour junkie with an injection of your favourite crayon hues. This season it’s all about the pillar box red, canary yellow and cobalt blue seen splashed across the catwalks from New York to Paris. It’s time to get playful with your dressing. Think colour blocked dresses, statement accessories and powerful outerwear. When it comes to handbags, try a contrasting colour designer tote or a mini camera bag to finish your look.
Earn Your stripes
Thanks to the influence of top designers including Carolina Herrera and Kenzo, bold stripe patterns in contrasting and complementary tones have arrived ready to go for the new season. Neutral, warm greys and whites are used as a base with accents of vibrant blues, mints, reds and purples. From workwear to casual wear stripes are a versatile and easy-to-wear trend. Pick oversized tops to wear with your favourite jeans, or team wide-striped trousers with a crisp shirt for a more formal take on this season’s move away from breton.