Fashion & Beauty
Fashion Week Milan A/W 2017
Seventies baby-doll lamé punk glam glitz pop. This season’s trend icon: Elvira Hancock
In a tribute to the pending printemps and an upcoming fashion week around the corner, we are bringing to you the amazing gorgeousness that is trending for this season’s hottest looks. We’ve got spring fever and our designer gods are fiending for that Saturday night, disco ball boogie dance glam. Here’s a look at our favorites from the Spring/Summer 2017 runways that will have you puking rainbows.
Seventies | Sleeveless sweater knits, trench coats, oversized shoulders and boogie night badness kicked behind and took names during this season’s show. Seventies reigned supreme with every designer seemingly channeling our favorite femme fatale Elvira Hancock (don’t call me baby). We’re not blind, but we sure are desperate to get an eyeful of more of this sexy, sultry vintage trend from designers like Miu Miu and Givenchy and Giamba.
Art pop | Warhol would be in ecstasy. Chunky block colors, bold defined lines, criss-cross patterns and geometric prints. These art pop patterns look as if they were plucked right from the brain Piet Mondrian himself. Bold patterns made headway this season with everyone from Proenza Schouler to Sonya Rykiel to Chloe sporting these daring duds. We think they’re absolutely to die for.
Lamé | Be still my heart! These glamorously lux fibers were all over and our eyes couldn’t get enough. For those of you who have yet to behold the gloriousness of these metallic fibers, you have been missing out on true and profound life satisfaction. Designers such as Saint Laurent, Isabel Marant and Mulbery blessed us with these beautiful creations and we are left absolutely awe-struck.
Evening Robes | Need we say more? This Hefner-esque classic after-hours luxe trend has us in sheer ecstasy. So chic, so classy, so perfect! Lanvin, Burberry and Haiden Ackermann hit the runway with these gorgeous duds which are typically reserved for the bedroom but have us swooning over their perfection. We absolutely cannot get enough