Nothing is conventional and ordinary in Gucci Pre-Fall 2017 collection; everything is peppered by a surprising details a Alessandro Michele’s magic touch.Flying carpets, fire-breathing dragons, enigmatic panthers are only some of the elements in Gucci’s Pre-Fall fairy tail. Michele’s collection bring us in different worlds, ages and cultures.Opulent evening dresses, tracksuit-inspired leggings and sweatshirts and shirtdresses in a patchwork of 60ies style patterns till knitted cape with embroidered bunnie.There is more that 80 looks which are finishing with embroidered boots and sparkling flats. Bags come in oversized totes as well as leather miniatures tied around the waist. Simply fantastic!
There were infinite variations of the same entertaining but overplayed theme in Dsquared2 spring/summer 2017 collection. Denim and the fabulous tops and jackets, the following look blended ripped denim jeans defined by sequin and top with Swarovski peppered, leopard print leg-of-mutton sleeves against a dark body with an engraved crest, there was a glorious recklessness in the bags piled upon bags and the heaped layering of ribboned jewelry on glinting sparkle and animal snarl. Too chic the new Dsquared2 but we love it! Keep rocking!
Versace S/S 2017 is about the nylon techno fabrics which are threaded with drawstrings, pulled and ruched into a couple of asymmetrically sexy dresses in green and navy blue.Is about rainwear chopped into an awesome jacket and matching miniskirt diagonally bisected with snaps; leather blouson with souped-up nylon track pants.Versace is a Naomi Campbell on the runway.
But first see the collection, the show review will be posted later.
Katrantzou’s earliest collections, rich with dazzling trompe l’oeil, created one of the most distinctive design signatures of the past decade, so distinctive, in fact, that her efforts to move on have been dogged by that early success. With her spring/summer 2017 collection, Mary Katrantzou snapped back to own who she is: a great print designer, and a Greek one.“It’s funny, I never wanted to use classical Greek art, because being from there, it seemed too obvious,” she said with a shrug after her show. “But this time, I thought, ‘Why not?’She looked back to her childhood visit to the ancient palace of Knossos, on Crete, the center of the Minoan civilization. Mary Katrantzou transposed the profiles of Minoan goddesses onto the bodices of dresses and printed them onto shimmery chain-mail tunics.