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New York

FAVOURITE COLLECTION

Marc Jacobs

“Florals played a starring role. Kaia Gerber was dreamy in a voluminous gown littered with giant blooms. We also loved a modernized ‘70s floral-print jumpsuit with that quintessential Marc Jacobs spirit.”

—Joseph Tang

TOP TREND

Updated Shirting

“Updated shirting was very big for Spring. Favourites were Zimmermann’s maximalist takes featuring exaggerated sleeve details and The Row’s crisp options for their smart, minimalist customer.”

—Mario Grauso

Zimmermann The Row
London

TOP TREND

Feminine Blouses

“It was all romance when it came to blouses. Ultra-feminine in silhouette, crafted in silk chiffon or cotton poplin, and finessed with ruffles, billowing sleeves, or sweeping neckties.”

—Joseph Tang

Simone Rocha Victoria Beckham

FAVOURITE COLLECTION

Burberry

“Riccardo Tisci continues to reinforce his design codes at Burberry and this collection offered exciting pieces for both old and new customers alike.”

—Mario Grauso

Milan

FAVOURITE COLLECTION

Gucci

“Gucci offered up less of a magpie aesthetic, with Alessandro Michele paring back his designs and adding an S&M edge instead. Standouts included a peach slip dress with lace insets and patent leather trims.”

—Mario Grauso

TOP TREND

Soft Tailoring

“We saw tailored separates in softer and more fluid silhouettes go down the runway—the accompanying palette of washed neutrals also spoke to that shift away from hardened lines.”

—Joseph Tang

Prada Jil Sander
Paris

FAVOURITE COLLECTION

Chanel

“A post-Karl Chanel saw the Grand Palais transformed into a Parisian rooftop catwalk, with Virginie Viard sending out softer tailoring that spoke to the heritage of Coco Chanel.”

—Mario Grauso

Saint Laurent

“Saint Laurent has become the go-to for the best youthful evening clothes. Le Smoking, although an old code of the house, felt extremely new and something young girls will dream about.”

—Mario Grauso

TOP TREND

Bold Colours & Botanical Prints

Valentino Dries Van Noten

“Punchy prints and colours were seen at almost every collection this season. Valentino sent out bright botanical prints dotted with palm fronds and monkeys, while Dries Van Noten’s triumphant collection in partnership with Christian Lacroix featured saturated pinks, yellows, and blues.”

—Joseph Tang

MUST-HAVE

Outerwear from Junya Watanabe & Noir Kei Ninomiya

“High-impact outerwear that blurs the line between art and clothing was big for Spring. Junya sliced and diced the trench coat into a patchworked vision, and Noir Kei Ninomiya transformed the moto jacket by adding an ethereal quality to the timeless silhouette.”

—Joseph Tang

Junya Watanabe Noir Kei Ninomiya

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