See by Chloe
For Fall ’16, Clare Waight Keller gives See by Chloé a touch of ‘60s New Romanticism. Here, cool girls are dressed in oversized knits and wide-legged trousers. Belt bags complement the ensembles, in colors such as pale pink and red, and are embellished with gold hardware, long tassels and fringe as well as extra utility pockets and pouches.
Diane Von Furstenburg
Diane Von Furstenburg’s latest collection revolves around disco-friendly clothes, in a surplus of prints and colors. But what’s noticeable are the 3D florals that she sparingly incorporated into a densely detailed collection. Some flower power was present in soft neck chokers, or rendered carefully on a hat or as a belt accent.
Marc Jacobs’s latest collection is chicly vampy. His dark undertakings are evident in long coats with black embellishments, or in a patent leather skirt with laser-cut details. Edgy black scarves and striped legwear are also seen, as well as a variation of high platforms that Lady Gaga would approve of.
Romantic, with a touch of futurism. This sums up Delpozo creative director Josep Font’s inspiration, taking cue from the movie Metropolis and the illustrations of Italian artist Daria Petrilli. For Fall, the Avant Garde looks were displayed through over-sized and shapely silhouettes, long gloves embellished with 3D florals and sparkling hybrids of platforms and brogues.