Bring on the LWD (that's the little white dress)! Highlighter hues, disco purples and breezy whites ruled the spring/summer runways. It's sheer madness!
CÃ©line-signature sparseness continues to wipe the slate clean with pared-down, less-is-more styling. Shots of shocking colour at Jil Sander and MaxMara make serious simplicity, dare we say, thrillingly maximal!
Yves Saint Laurent
The recent retrospective at the Petit Palais in Paris cast a chic spell on the spring catwalks. Designers channelled YSLâ€™s â€™70s glam with gypsy dressing, vibrant colour blocking, tuxedo jackets, jumpsuits and the red-lacquered lips of Guy Bourdin imagery.
Pictured from left to right: Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Gucci.
Luxe, boho hippies take a multi-culti trip embracing a feel-good â€™70s vibe. Maxidresses, laced safari shirts, whipstitched skins, fringe and exotic prints all come together in the name of LOVE.
Pictured from left to right: Emilio Pucci, D&G.
Anarchy rocked the couture houses! Twenty-first-century proto-punks invaded the runways to a London beat in zips, rips, studs, safety pins and perfecto jackets.
Pictured from left to right: Balenciaga, Jean Paul Gaultier, Balmain.
Editor: Denis Desro
On the next page... Colour, White, Ballet and Orientalism.