Saturday, 17 March 2012
Spring Trends '12 PtII
Long, sheer, and dressed up with embroidery and dainty lace - a personal fave!
From left to right: Erdem, Julien Macdonald, Badgley Mischka, Temperley London
Exposed shoulders are having a moment. We spotted them everywhere from draped dresses to jackets and tops.
From left to right: Temperley London, Ralph Lauren, Zac Posen, Carlos Miele
Asymmetric draping added interest to eveningwear.
From left to right: Aquascutum, Carlos Miele, Antonio Marras, Chadwick Bell
The spirit of the jazz age, captured in drop-waist dresses and deco detailing.
From left to right: Alberta Ferretti, Etro, Roberto Cavalli, Gucci
High-octane orange ruled the runways.
From left to right: Sachin + Babi, Doo.Ri, Rebecca Minkoff, Derek Lam
Black and White
White looked super-crisp, especially when accented with bold black lines. Really digging the Gareth Pugh look which gives out this futuristic vibe.
From left to right: Rue du Mail, Carolina Herrera, BCBG, Gareth Pugh
Iridescent, metallic, pearl, and lots of sparkle.
From left to right: Theyskens' Theory, Diesel Black Gold, Marc Jacobs, Custo Barcelona
Waist flares made appearances on jackets, tops, skirts, jumpsuits, and dresses.
From left to right: Cushnie et Ochs, Karen Walker, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Jason Wu
Tonal blues and blacks gave a moody edge to delicate florals. Loving the play on gradients of blues.
From left to right: Erdem, Alexander Wang, Band of Outsiders, Jason Wu
Pleats in every form — especially accordion and delicate plissé — were prominent.
From left to right: Chloé, Lanvin, Akris, Dior
White in all forms: Perforated, frothy, sheer, crisp — and everything in between.
From left to right: Cynthia Rowley, Suno, Diane von Furstenberg, Cushnie et Ochs