SS 2017

Functional interpretation of tulle – Christian Dior

At some point in our life, we had all dreamt about being a floral fairy, leaving a trail of pixie dust as we move – Luisa Beccaria

The brand is off our fashion radar for quite some time. With this stellar collection, it may come back soon – Rodarte

Puff it up – Reem Acra

I love how the romance looks a bit messy here – Zimmermann

Architectural volume – Maticevski

Light yet voluminous, romantic yet pragmatic, that’s how I would describe my current favorite style. Oh and the middle one is pretty much my tulle goal – Anna October

Visual aroma – Blumarine

Christopher Bailey brings us back to the Elizabethan era with the revolutionary see-now-buy-now model – Burberry

Stuart Vevers wants us to get in touch with our inner bad girl – Coach 1941

Everyone’s talking about the Crocs… – Christopher Kane

The evolved modern woman is “both tough and feminine, sporty and delicate, light and dark”, as epitomised in these designs – No. 21

Hate to be so predictable by falling for these numbers but can you blame me – Monica Lhuillier

Boho elegance – Temperley London

From dusk til dawn – Marchesa

Freely frilly – Philosophy di Lorenzo

The color pairing is so wrong it’s right – Rochas

Bringing dreamcore back – Fendi

When baroque meets rock – Giamba

Red carpet-bound – Jenny Packham

The Garden of Earthly Delights – Valentino

Things which I would never grow weary of: ice-cream palette, floral embroideries, ballerina shoes and a touch of whimsy – Vivetta

Wrap me up in tulle in whatever way, I’d be happy – Simone Rocha

Refreshing silhouettes in candy color palette – Delpozo

“A lively beach fantasy” – Red Valentino

The designer drew reference from 60’s love hotels, but the signature prim-and-proper-ness is not a notch undermined – Emilia Wickstead

Sorbet hued lace for a sunny date – Lela Rose

Let’s call this retro futurism – Anya Hindmarch

According to the designer, beauty is the only inspiration behind this collection. Sometimes it really is that simple. – Ermanno Scervino

Love,


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