Go big or go home.
HOOD BY AIR
With creativity in spades, Hood by Air’s underground aesthetic was on full display for SS 17 with streetwear cornerstones in various states of deconstruction.
I am woman.
Silk dresses, leather pants and printed tees for Prabal Gurung’s SS 17 collection, inspired by Gloria Steinem’s My Life on the Road.
Decedent peppermint and lilac crushed silks made way for shimmering all-velvet looks and plunging necklines at the Victoria Beckham SS 17 show. A new take.
A play on light. Toying with the concept of outerwear, Dion Lee SS 17 was bold and oversized, complemented by minimalist shades.
All you need is love.
Vivid floral prints and ruffles toned back with black, white and navy tailoring for Michael Kors SS 17.
“I wanted something that felt happy, joyous, flirty, and fun.” Python prints and ruffles and figure-skimming shapes for Joseph Altuzarra’s SS 17 offering.
All about the 80’s. Jeremy Scott’s SS 17 show was a psychedelic mix of neon colour and graphic prints. Rated X.
RAG & BONE
A collection suitable for any time of year. Rag & Bone SS 17 saw baggy jeans, oversized sweaters and floral printed dresses.
Oversized tailoring and luxe activewear collide for the next chapter in the label’s streetwise uniform. DKNY SS 17 posed questions for the future.
Move with me.
Signature shirting and black white prints were with injected bursts of colour for Tome SS 17. Just add ruffles.