What are the trends for Spring/ Summer 2017? What are the accessories and pieces of clothing that we can’t miss in our wardrobe? We’ve been browsing through the fashion show catwalks of the world’s greatest fashion designers, who have showed their collections during the Milan, New York, Paris and London Fashion Weeks.
Luckily, these fashion weeks were extremely full of new fashion suggestions, trends, new clothes, daring colours and innovation.
These necklaces and handbags are characterized by chains with maxi mesh, no longer in metal but in plexi.
You can see them on the Burberry and Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci runways.
Military inspiration and retrò vibes from these amazing, Michael Jackson-esque jackets. The details in the front part are made through the multi-lobes.
You can see them on the runways of Dsquared2, Gucci and Sacai.
New Handbags Handles
The handbags experience has been upgraded with new handles, and they don’t go unnoticed.
You can see them on Chloé and Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci’s runways.
Fancy, rich and brilliant fabrics embellish skirts, jerseys and dresses.
In the picture above, you can see them on the runways of Isabel Marant, Fendi and Burberry.
Let us free the path to natural and raw fabrics: canvas, linen and cotton cloth. Even the colors are not artificial, but soft and natural.
You can see them on the runways of Creatures of Comfort and Jacquemus.
Single Sided Shoulder Dresses
These cockatail dresses are single-sided, with only one completely covered shoulder, in monochrome or printed versions.
You can see them on the Rochas, Gucci and Saint Laurent catwalks.
These sandals are not groundbreaking, but they abolish the heel. It’s the triumph of the wedge, always decorated, and with a variety of different colours and shapes.
You can see them on the catwalks of Proenza Schouler and Salvatore Ferragamo.
Flowers all over
Romantic floral embroidery comes in clear shades, this season.
You can see it on the runways of Altuzarra, Valentino and Giambattista Valli.
Sleeves are in the spotlight, contributing to the sculpture and theatricality of the dresses. They become decorative elements for the dress.
You can see it on the catwalks of Saint Laurent, Stella McCartney and Isabel Marant.
The sabots discover a new elegance thanks to the pointed shoes, inspired to the heels and the precious fabrics used in the Middle East and North Africa.
You can see them on the catwalks of Céline and Sportmax.