Anthony Vaccarello Spring/Summer 2016 ready-to-wear collection – Paris Fashion Week

Arrivederci Milan Fashion Week,!Bonjour Paris Fashion Week spring/summer 2016. Now that we’ve seen all the wonderful shows and presentations that took place throughout the Italian fashion capital, we’ll listed our favorite fashionable showcases from the Paris catwalks.
For a spring season, there’s been remarkably little heat on the runway. There was one more or less sexless show after another, then along comes Anthony Vaccarello.
Anthony Vaccarello, belgian-Italian designer, who is also the creative director of the Versus Versace,  kicked off Paris Fashion Week with a spring-summer 2016 collection that showed plenty of skin without missing the fashion element. To that end, he made a big push into denim, the entry-level price-point item that can really goose a brand’s bottom line. High-waisted styles, one accessorized with a denim belt that grazed the rib cage, will be about as forgiving as his hip-high slits, but there were loose-fitting boyfriend jeans in the mix that will appeal to a broader swath of body types.
Edie Campbell opened Anthony Vaccarello’s spring show in an Army green canvas jacket, its pert collar turned up, and matching wrap miniskirt. Cropped jackets had a vaguely military vibe, and mini kilts, fastened with skinny black-leather straps, deliberately didn’t close all the way, leaving a panel of flesh for all to see.  Vaccarello introduced pop art inspired tunics and tanks featuring imagery of Anja Rubik decorated with colorful studs. Asymmetric hems and plunging necklines added even more sex appeal to the spring outing. He  made a big push into denim, the entry-level price-point item that can really goose a brand’s bottom line. High-waisted styles, one accessorized with a denim belt that grazed the rib cage, will be about as forgiving as his hip-high slits, but there were loose-fitting boyfriend jeans in the mix that will appeal to a broader swath of body types.
Vaccarello also put his first bags on the runway. The gold detailing on a pair of cross-body styles echoed the hardware that accented this collection’s strong military-influenced tailoring and its drapey jersey numbers.

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