Adam offered for next spring/summer a very fresh, feminine and romantic collection. One more time we could see the continuous trends: one colored look & pajamas. The printed pants were also a part of the show, as well as the boyish meets girly looks.
A very fururistic collection from Mr. Wang himself. He played fith geometric and floral prints, shapes and even with textures. It was very urban and I bet all the cool girls have a lot of these pieces on their top wanted list.
Altuzarra was probably one of the collection's that the public was antecipated the most, since the success on FW11. It certainly was very different, the huge floral prints were a big part of this collection. It was futuristic and again a bit girl meets boy kinf of look.
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Ok. So this collection was a mix in my head, I liked a lot of the outfits but others.... not so much. I loved the use of denim and the "underwear" as clothes, it was very fresh and girly with the vintafe flair attached to it.
A very lady-like collection. Modern yet romantic and even urban. The glamorous long length skirts paired with t-shirts, to me were just brilliantly done. I'm sold!
Keeping it real, the designers presented a collection for SS of what their best at. A cool, urban, comfortable, drapped collection.
This is the first collection for Felipe Oliveira Baptista (yeeih a portuguese designer) for Lacoste. the sporty vibe of the brand was kept and it was merged with a urban, chic look. Of course my opinion will always be a bit bias, but I think this was the beginnig of a long partnership.
This was a surprise. I din't know of Lyn Devon, but I really really liked the collection. It was very simple, not much innovation to it. But the pieces were beautifully done and styled to perfection in a very classic way. And I'm in love with the first two dresses/shorts thing, I actually don't know what to call that... but I desperately want one!
Prabal's collection just came to reafirme the emerging trends: sheer fabrics, dresses over trouseres, mix of textures, vibrant colors, printed pants and bottom up shirts. No! It was not all in one outfit, but through out the 39 looks shown.
Lovely collection. Boy meets girl and yet so romantic. I think the man repeller trend is coming to catch us, and I don't mind at all. Pajamas, printed pants, print blocking, monochromatic looks. Yup!
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