Ready-to-Wear Spring 2017
26 September 2016
A fast outing, with an interesting idea of modularity and Missoni's top-notch take on knitwear. But as focused and essential as it was, it lacked a spark of joy.
This was Giorgetti's best collection so far: fast-paced, colourful, and endlessly revolving around a single idea —ruffles, and tonnes of them.
Fulvio Rigoni presented an interesting collection for the house of Ferragamo: light, young and focused, if a little cold and not completely original.
This collection was the designer's most reassured so far: conceptual, yet full of interesting pieces.
The collection was openly referential and repetitive, but the couture richness of DSquared2's iterations on the theme felt revitalising.
25 September 2016
The collection was a reiteration of the Dolce & Gabbana formula, just more feisty.
Season after season, Stella Jean ultimately stays consistent. To contemporary standards, this is a weakness — but the brand's codes are made clearer and clearer at each iteration.
The label's ladylike styles were lighter this season, taking a fresh, girly slant in the best Ermanno Scervino show for a while.
25 September 2016
Rodolfo Paglialunga loves shoulders for spring. Line-backer pads, not the bared, sun-kissed kind. Call it the Gvasalia Effect all over again.
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