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S/S 2017 Women's Top Catwalk Collections

A first look at top four essential catwalk collections that will be inspiring the Spring/Summer 2017 season.

A cool, clean take on feminine fashion is seen in the fluid, body conscious silhouettes, softened utility pieces and pastel colors of Anya Hindmarch in London and Marni in Milan. The modern urban wardrobe is reinvigorated in New York with Lacoste’s poolside infused athleisure and Acne’s globe trotting traveler looks seen in Paris. 

Acne - Paris

Acne’s modern nomad mixes authentic dress and ethnic prints with a comforting, care-worn aesthetic that lends a global vision to urban apparel.

  • Africa and Asia inspire summer’s prints and patterns.
  • Traditional dress gives an authentic feel to silhouettes.
  • Slouchy shapes and care-worn finishes have the comfort factor.

Lacoste - New York

Lacoste’s poolside staples are reinvent and refine the seasonal urban wardrobe as robed silhouettes and sportif nostalgia update athleisure looks.

  • Bathrobe and wrap-around silhouettes enhance poolside cool.
  • Towelling fabrications in brights and whites look fresh for Spring.
  • Retro neutrals add a touch of sporting nostalgia

Marni - Milan

Utilitywear silhouettes are modernized at Marni, with a quirky sophistication coming through in saturated pastels, inflated proportions and softened angles. 

  • Classic utility pieces are reinvented with quirky detailing
  • Angular silhouettes are softened for a feminine feel.
  • Accessories play with inflated and oversized proportions. 

Anya Hindmarch - London

Math and modernism inform Anya Hindmarch’s ultra feminine collection with body-con silhouettes and geo forms softened by pretty pastel hues.

  • Architectural shapes and clean lines are feminized for spring.
  • Structured performance fabrications contrast with pastel colors.
  • Whimsical detailing and handcrafted trims have a retro appeal.
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