MFW SS18 Breaking Trends: Missoni, Bottega Veneta, Daniela Gregis

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Accessories Magazine’s daily dispatch of the latest looks coming down the Spring/Summer 2018 runways, all filtered through the accessories lens. To see all the Breaking Trends, click here

MISSONI

Known for its rainbow stripes, Missoni’s signature motif came to life in the form of tailored separates, pop-art knits and feminine layers. The accessories, however, stole the show. Flower pins, fabric chokers, gauzy hosiery and oversized floppy hats completed the laid back, ladylike vibe. All the while, the designer reminds us that fashion is fun with colorful looks that are downright happy.

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BOTTEGA VENETA

Who knew fringe and studs could be ladylike? Bottega Veneta incorporated aforementioned rocker motifs into tailored looks in airy pastels for spring. There was no shortage of texture and material interest on bags, which were adorned with pearls, scalloped edging and even monograms. For jewelry, it was all about neck candy. Butterfly statement chokers, impeccably tied scarves and beaded necklaces felt boho-chic.

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DANIELA GREGIS

Daniela Gregis brings us a beachside ease with her collection, but it’s more Mykonos fishing boats than Hamptons chic. With her rough net bags, macrame rope jewelry and saturated colors that look naturally dyed, the feel is raw yet elegant. You can almost hear the gulls circling around the octopus haul of the day.

Daniela Gregis MFW

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