PARIS, France — The subject of the mixing of masculine and feminine dress was developed all the way to its almost inevitable conclusion- asexual attire. Looking just as fierce on the female street-casted models as it did on the men last month, writes Jessica Michault for Nowfashion.com.
Called “Once upon a time… in Sicily” designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana took viewers on a jolly jaunt into a luxury fairytale. The whimsical collection showed their abilities off with a very fashionable flair, says Jessica Michault for Nowfashion.com
Among all of the swinging beaded fringe dresses, the fluffy fur coats and the lace up trousers, it was Peter Dundas’ quieter pieces at Pucci that spoke the loudest, writes Jessica Michault for Nowfashion.com
Thomas Maier’s energetic juxtaposition of colour had great graphic effect, underlining the inherent movement of his fabrics. This was a self-assured collection, poised and completely at ease with its position of strength, writes Jessica Michault for Nowfashion.com
In a more cerebral and envelope-pushing show then its predecessor, Facchinetti juxtaposed structure and volume, but never quite achieved the same effortlessly chic style of her debut, writes Jessica Michault for Nowfashion.com.