Olivier Rousteing proves the Balmain Nation is here to stay.
The young creative returns to Paris fashion week, streamlined blazers, second skin trousers and color co-ord in tow. A strong collection of cult classics that will no doubt delight fans of the French design house.
Dolce & Gabbana
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana turned up the volume for the new season.
The louder the better when it comes to prints, embellishment and just about everything else that hit the runway at Dolce & Gabbana. Think Cuban-cut t-shirts and relaxed sweatshirts paired 90s-esque iconography.
Dean and Dan Caten channel the town and tunnel crowd… and then some.
A colorful mashup anchored by the Dsquared2’s signature denim, the collection pays homage to a seemingly endless list of subcultures and style tribes. From Mod and Ska to Punk and Glam Rock, the designers’ have taken the very best of each and transformed them for a contemporary audience.
Practical and preppy separates with quirky edge.
Silvia Venturini Fendi looked to the canvas for inspiration this Spring, channeling the off-duty style of Picasso, Dali and even Einstein. Think rich patterns and luxe yet lightweight fabrics pulled together by a warm neutral palette.
Riccardi Tisci shows off the lighter side of streetwear.
Givenchy took a different turn this season, forgoing the overall dark mood of past seasons in favor of subtle prints and understated cuts. A testament to Tisci’s unapologetic direction of storied fashion house, the result is an extremely wearable collection of elevated streetwear.