This season, the metal-edged cut-outs usually reserved for ventilation have popped up as a graphic adornment at Alexander McQueen, Prada and Raf Simons.
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Curly locks à la Celestin Boutin in the “Death in Venice” movie have emerged as the mop of choice this season, dominating spring/summer 2016 men’s shows like Prada in Milan and, today, Valentino in Paris.
After seasons of the backpack reigning supreme, the old standby is back — but more compact and without the clunk.
Yesterday, Marc Jacobs introduced this standout ivory crushed-velvet jacket.
A colorful jacket-and-shorts combination took cues from Berlin nightlife.
White trucker jackets, fitted and cut short, were everywhere during the London shows — on handsome buyers, in Swedish shows and (jazzed up) on the Tom Ford runway.
The designer, one of fashion’s most exciting new designers, showed looks with just the right amount of frayed edges, natural fabrics and deconstruction.
Following her quiet breakthrough at last season’s Fashion East presentation, the designer introduced a smashing collection for spring/summer 2016.
Ruffles, velvet and lace feel neither ladylike nor out of place in the spring/summer 2016 collections of Alexander McQueen, Wales Bonner and Burberry Prorsum.
A modern riff on the perennial nautical theme caught the eye of T’s senior fashion editor.