The beautiful kitsch of Dolce & Gabbana’s Fall 2017 Menswear

I’ve been a lifelong fan of Dolce & Gabbana… my folks dressed me in it as a child and it’s among the first labels I remember buying when I started shopping for myself. Their clothes all fit so well and last forever, the excess of embellishment juxtaposing clean, modern silhouettes is exactly my taste and, well, their ad’s are always on point. Furthermore, as a lover of the type of romanticized history the brand bases it’s designs on, I don’t think I’m going to be jumping ship anytime soon.

Following several seasons of in-depth explorations of traditional Italian themes, the Fall 2017 “The New Princes” collection was a slightly more toned down continuation of their recent offerings. Featuring fall’s darker colours, beautifully crafted embellishment and a level of comical kitsch that was on the verge of being too much- but wasn’t. With over 100 looks covering everything from formal, lounge and sportswear to stuffed animal backpacks and embroidered heraldic beasts, there was something for every taste. It was a playful offering, sure to bring out the child in any man.

The overwhelming media attention has focused on the show’s models- superstar millennials Cameron Dallas, Tinie Tempah, Chen Xue Dong, the Stallone sisters, Sofia Richie and others walked among a sprinkling of actual (super)models Lucky Blue Smith, Oliver Cheshire, Aurelien Muller and the like, but for me, the clothes stole the show. True- a good model is entertaining and a star like Naomi Campbell can leave a viewer awestruck, but I look at runway shows so I can see what I want to buy. So, that’s what we’ll be focusing on here.

First of all, I love the embellished metallic suits and coats. The Dolce & Gabbana Alta Sartoria fall 2015 show premiered a literal suit of gold that closed the show in every sense, but this season’s less embellished versions were no less showstopping. The gold, blue and black jacquard suit worn by Tinie Tempah, a gold and red patterned three piece and another in black velvet covered with small golden crowns were my favourites, but really, I like them all. A beautifully tailored gold and black overcoat shown over pinstriped pants and red velvet slippers was another favourite, as was a bronze, gold and black Asian-inspired paisley patterned suit. Yes, they’re not really for regular wear, but I’d definitely wear them to all sorts of parties and club nights as shown, or with other clothing.

Even the darkest non-glittery suits and outerwear were cut of uber luxurious fabrics and were so well tailored that they definitely deserve mention- Cameron Dallas’ show opening deep purple and black number, another of black embriodery, Lucky Blue’s heavy wool coat and all of the looks sent out for the show’s final walk.

Embellished sweaters were another highlight and were definitely where a lot of the show’s kitsch showed up. All manner of snarling beast, heraldic symbols, skeletons, crowned cartoon faces, a ferocious bear sweater with one furry arm and more strutted down the catwalk in Milan. To many, it’s a lot. To me- perfect! I love all the early Renaissance looking animals, Barberini gold bees and endless crowns. Even the pop art caricatures of Domenico and Stefano that were added to a button down jacket were great. True, the stuffed toy looking backpacks and hoodie were too much- and you won’t see them here, but I didn’t mind them on the runway. Though this is coming from someone with closets full of just as kitsch-y clothes, I think Dolce & Gabbana straddled the playful line perfectly.

Printed polo and silk shirts and black ruffle-fronted shirts were also outstanding and beautifully carried the Renaissance theme. The ruffled shirts were mostly shown with embellished suits and somehow didn’t at all seem out of place.

Then there were some pieces that didn’t really fit in, but I very much liked. First was a camel coat that was beautifully tailored and had a pair of embroidered knights in a square off on the chest. The length and fit on this are exceptional. Then there was a beautiful gold edged, oversized black wool tunic that has an intricate coat of arms on the front and wine red quilted lining that I will DEFINITELY be getting. It was shown over a red velvet hoodie with grey pants and looked extremely comfortable. Finally the brilliant yellow blazer and brocade, lion embroidered bomber jacket stood out among the darker shades of the rest of the collection and were definite high points. As were the pants with armor shaped fabric additions at the ankle that were shown in many colours and fabrics throughout the lineup.

Finally, you can’t talk about Dolce & Gabbana and not mention the shoes and accessories. Let’s just say I like all. Shoe wise, the label’s coveted velvet slippers were in full force and were all beautifully detailed, but the simplest boots and formal shoes were just as good. I wish they had sent a good pair of slim toe-d oxfords down the runway because I’m not a fan of boxy, rounded shoes, but even these were of obviously excellent quality. The jewelry and bags shown (minus the animal ones) were great too, and of special note was the style and number of slim bowties that appeared.

Style wise, multiple signet rings and layers of chains turned the models into modern princes and are very easy additions that bring that catwalk style into your personal wardrobe. I’ve been rocking exactly that look for years, but I think I’m going to add a few more. Dolce & Gabbana is all about that lux, so head to toe, the models exuded wealth and a certain polished joie de vivre.

It was great.

Image credits: cover photo- Dolce & Gabbana’s official Instagram page, all others via Vogue.com

My best,

Estevan

We Love: Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017

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Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Women’s designers taking inspiration from menswear is a for decades old custom, and this season Francesco Scognamiglio
provided his own take on this theme with a collection that was based around the look of boxy men’s shirts. Supplemented by his ongoing love of flimsy lingerie, intricate adornments, and childhood memories of pierrots and giant soap bubbles, Mr. Scognamiglio crafted a beautiful collection that added new dimensions to a well known design trope.

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Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

This vision may sound strange in print, and some of his references (especially the last two) may be hard to spot at first glance, but Mr. Scognamiglio navigated his way through his vision with is usual aplomb, creating a beautifully cohesive collection.

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Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

He played with lengths and construction, cropping crisp shirts above the waist or extending them to the length of a microdress. He added crystal embroideries and sheer panels, or constructed them entirely from transparent net and paired them with tiny lace shorts and silk miniskirts. He pushed the masculine look further with boxy sweaters and shawl- necked wool jackets, trim suits, and outsized bomber jackets, but kept them from appearing too harsh with sparkling appliqués, fringed piping, and luxury fabrics like point d’esprit tulle and metallic watercolour jacquard.

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Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

There were plenty of dresses as well: short ones with plunging necklines and cut away shoulders, longer numbers with prim collars, long sleeves and modest hemlines and even ones that were entirely of sheer net. Lace panels, ruffles and gorgeous pearl beading made for pretty, feminine looks that would appeal to any woman with a love of luxury.

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Our favourites: a white draped minidress with cutaway shoulders and bell sleeves, a grey sweater with silver crystal appliqués, a sheer white dress with a black lace skirt and pearl embellishment, a white shawl neck jacket with silver embroidery, a white high collared shirtdress with a tulle- lined cutout and an embroidered neckline, a multicoloured jacquard opera coat, a sheer white button- front shirt with pearl adornments, a cropped white sweater with crystal appliqués and a sheer white skirt with a black lace panel and pearl embroidery.

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

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Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

We Love: Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017

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Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia’s Spring 2017 collection premiered on the longest day of London’s Fashion Week ss2017 schedule. Shown on the same day as two other accessories giants, creative director Charlotte Dellal set her show apart from the rest with a fabulous evening performance of 1940s- themed glamour that involved showgirls, dancers, Brazilian musicians and gigantic plastic bananas.

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Titled Let’s Go Bananas the collection celebrated all things fun, drawing inspiration from Brazilian Carnival culture, Copacabana beach, samba, and larger than life Luso-Brazilian starlet Carmen Miranda. The collection played into Ms. Dellal’s strengths of producing kitschy handbags, towering heels and novelty flats, but was kept fresh when covered in colourful fruits, leather leaves, tropical birds and gold lamé. Everything played into that fun, fiesty, South American festival mood, and the collection was a joy to watch.

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

The shoes and bags really shone against a background of elegant cream coloured looks with custom made accessories like woven hats, turbans and wooden jewelry. They even managed to hold up against the wacky fruit costumes and glittering bathing suits that were worn towards the end of the show! I said it before, but it mist be repeated- it was a great collection not just because of it’s unique presentation, but also as it played perfectly into Ms. Dellal’s excessively joyful, imaginative aesthetic and showed them off to best effect.

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

These are definitely not accessories for the faint of heart- you’d bound to a ton of attention wearing any one of the pieces in this collection! They’re fun, frivolous pieces that would add serious pep to any outfit. A sparkly parrot clutch would definitely boost your mood, if not your Instagram feed!

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Our favourites: a pair of fruit and flower print platforms with thin gold tie straps, a gold “Cha Cha” record clutch, a pink crocodile Bogard bag with green leaves at the front, a pair of gold lamé mules with a fruit- printed wedge heel, a large blue crocodile pillbox bag with a watermelon slice charm, a white flap bag with green snakeskin leaves and strap, a pair blue crocodile platform sandals, a pair of strappy flats with a sparkly toucan at the front, a pink glittery 3D parrot bag, a pair of ‘fruit salad’ platforms with wooden heels and an ombré acetate clutch with a bamboo pattern at the front and a 3D floral closure.

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

Charlotte Olympia Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM/THEIMPRESSION.COM

We Love: Akris Spring 2017

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Showing for the first time in New York Fashion Week, Albert Kriemler’s newest Akris collection was a bright offering of fresh and colorful clothes with a perceptible Manhattan twist. Akris collections are often informed by art and architecture, but this show was dedicated to artist Carmen Herrera, whom Mr. Kriemler met for the first time earlier this year. She gave her blessing for the designer to use her paintings as a direct reference point, and her 1959 painting Blanco y Verde was chosen to set the tone for the collection’s neat geometric lines, patterns and bold colour scheme.

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

It was a terrific show- starting from the houses’ core of impeccable fabrics and luxury sportswear, Mr. Kriemler focused on clean shapes and intense colour. Orange, cobalt blue, red, pink, brown, black and white appeared alongside striped white-and-green looks derived directly from Ms. Herrera’s artwork. The colourful geometries of her paintings made for eye-catching motifs on shifts and shirtdresses and served as inspiration for breezy, away-from-the-body silhouettes that echoed those shapes.

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Appearing alongside the houses’ intricate St. Gallen lace, as well as plain linens, cotton, silk and suede, these graphic prints and interesting shapes appeared even more precise, tempered by the relaxed shapes and muted colours of the subtler fabrics. Every silhouette was clean cut and airy, with soft drapery and pleats, all in loose breathable cuts that skimmed the body to great effect.

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

This resulted in a lineup of minimalist, easygoing pieces with crisp sporty lines and polished youthful pep; a look that perfectly reflected the spirit and verve of The City itself, and is sure to resonate with the sophisticated tastes of Akris’ loyal customers. This was one of Akris’ best collections to date… and one of the best shows that took place during New York Fashion Week.

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Our favourites: a dun- coloured suede blouse with a built in shawl neck of nappa leather, a white linen jacket with a single green lapel, an angular cobalt blue shiftdress, a cream linen button- front tunic, a button- front blouse in patterned dark tan burnout suede, an orange patterned burnout suede column dress, a long deep green silk coat and a boxy shiftdress with a green and white striped border.

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017.  Image VOGUE.COM

Akris Spring 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Xx – Ana

We Love: Delpozo Spring 2017

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Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo shows are always beautiful. Creative director Josep Font is a designer whose work goes beyond the conventions of normal fashion, with designs that always go beyond fashion and into the world of art. This time, he created some of the most intriguing and unique garments to ever be shown during the course of Fashion Month.

This season’s collection, named Luminosity, was an exploration of light and form. The show was simply spectacular.

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Influenced by the work of Impressionist Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (the “master of light”) and contemporary artist Soo Sunny Park, Mr. Font stated that his primary focus for this collection was the study of lightness and transparency. The former’s luminous paintings of the Mediterranean Sea inspired the unique shade of deep “Sorolla” blue that was used throughout the opening looks, while the latter’s mesmerizing Unwoven Light series of shimmering Plexiglass and mesh sculptures influenced the voluminous, organic shapes of so many of the looks. He sculpted some fantastic garments in the process, communicating his ideas through crisp silhouettes, airy textures, shining embellishments and light fabrics.

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Mr. Font’s silhouettes often extend themselves away from the body in large sweeping arcs, curves, or folds, making this season’s shapes very geometric- but with an organic twist. Straight skirts and bodices often erupted into voluminous curved flounces and hems that evoked the look of blooming flowers, angular origami pleats, crisp bows and sharp hems that resembled jagged calla lily petals. Soft fabrics like metallic fil coupé and light linen, were draped and ruffled to create the look of folding petals, and crocheted overlays, raffia fringes and textured knits gave a rough, organic effect to some of the looks. Elsewhere, 3-d floral embellishments were used to great effect on tulle to create the look of falling flowers floating in the breeze, while adding graphic impact to geometric shapes crafted out of heavy silk.

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Gorgeous floral- printed metallic jacquard and bright splashes of orange and pink added colourful impact to a collection that was filled soft shades of periwinkle blue, lavender, pale yellow and white. However these vivid additions were kept from being too overpowering, often appearing tempered by panels of white organza or peeking out from beneath sheer tulle overlays.

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Mr. Font’s use of colour, texture and transparency throughout this collection is masterful. Even with all the large shapes, layered fabrics, prints and colours, every piece he created managed to convey a sense of weightlessness, and the fabrics still looked airy even when heavily adorned. This was true fantasy fashion, more dream than prêt-à-couture, and most of the garments looked as if they had appeared out of a fairy tail or fabulous fantasy art.

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

It’s a hard collection for most people to pull off, but for those with the bearing, and the ability to style them correctly, wearing anything from this collection would be stunning. I’d actually love to see a bride wear some of these garments- whole looks- like the two skirt combinations and the last gown listed below, or the white trousers and blouse with the blue and white raffia swirl at the front, or really any of the pale- coloured looks. Anything would be fabulous! That would be gorgeous wedding attire!

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Our favourites: a bright pink coat with flounced bell sleeves, an embellished orange dress with a gauzy waterfall skirt, a formal white look with a beaded tunic and a midi- length fluted skirt with a flounced hem, a periwinkle fil coupé blouse with a draped neckline and a folded waist, white linen skirtsuit with a flounced bell- sleeved jacket, a white fil coupé jacket with a large front ruffle, a blue and white tulle gown with an embellished peplum, a pleated striped orange and white blouse with a waterfall back and a white gown with a winged bodice and a sheer tulle skirt over a patterned underskirt.

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017.  Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Delpozo Spring 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Xx – Ana

We Love: Mayiet S/s 2017

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

Designed after creative director Declan Kearney stepped down in June, Maiyet’s Spring 2017 collection is a surprisingly great offering of luxurious, effortlessly elegant clothes that can be worn time and time again with ease.

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

This collection stays true to Maiyet’s commitment to celebrate, support and collaborate with artisans from around the world, by creating eye catching and beautiful garments with a global accent. Constructed with embroideries from Mumbai, block prints from Jaipur, knits from Bolivia, cashmere from Mongolia and ethically- sourced Egyptian cotton, the results were unique and beautiful, with sumptuous textures and gorgeously rich colours.

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

Designed around a custom made textured fabric from Varanasi, the collection was all about making the act of dressing an enjoyable experience. Body skimming silks, organic cotton and cozy cashmere all played a big part in the offering, which paired comfortable cuts and rich neutral colours, making clothing that customers would kill for.

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

The prominent and tactile luxury of the collection, paired with its timeless look, made for an offering that would appeal to those who want elegant, easy- to- wear garments that transition seamlessly from day to night.

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

Our favourites: a pink slipdress with an embroidered mesh overlay, a pair of outsize embroidered silk trousers with a draped waistline, a fil coupé column gown with a drawstring waist, a wrap waist jacket in nude silk, a white intarsia cotton and organza shirt, an embroidered organza camisole and a black intarsia silk slipdress.

Xx – Ana

Ana’s Picks: Best Looks of Paris FW Day 9

Moncler Gamme Rouge

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Moncler Gamme Rouge S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Moncler Gamme Rouge S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Moncler Gamme Rouge S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Moncler Gamme Rouge S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Moncler Gamme Rouge S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Moncler Gamme Rouge S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Moncler Gamme Rouge S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Moncler Gamme Rouge S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Moncler Gamme Rouge S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Moncler Gamme Rouge S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Moncler Gamme Rouge S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Louis Vuitton

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Louis Vuitton S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Louis Vuitton S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Louis Vuitton S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Louis Vuitton S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

YDE

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

YDE S/s 2017. Image NYCMAGAZINE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

YDE S/s 2017. Image NYCMAGAZINE.COM

Mui Miu

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Miu Miu S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Miu Miu S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Miu Miu S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Miu Miu S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Miu Miu S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Miu Miu S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Miu Miu S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Heaven Gaia

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Heaven Gaia S/s 2017. Image WWD

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Heaven Gaia S/s 2017. Image WWD

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Heaven Gaia S/s 2017. Image WWD

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Heaven Gaia S/s 2017. Image WWD

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Heaven Gaia S/s 2017. Image WWD

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Heaven Gaia S/s 2017. Image WWD

Moon Young Hee

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Moon Young Hee S/s 2017. Image NYCMAGAZINE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Moon Young Hee S/s 2017. Image NYCMAGAZINE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Moon Young Hee S/s 2017. Image NYCMAGAZINE.COM

Ana’s Picks: Best Looks of Paris FW Day 8

Ellery

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Ellery S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Ellery S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Ellery S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Ellery S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Shiatzy Chen

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Shiatzy Chen S/s 2017. Image NYCMAGAZINE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Shiatzy Chen S/s 2017. Image NYCMAGAZINE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Shiatzy Chen S/s 2017. Image NYCMAGAZINE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Shiatzy Chen S/s 2017. Image NYCMAGAZINE.COM

Vanessa Seward

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Vanessa Seward S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Vanessa Seward S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Vanessa Seward S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Vanessa Seward S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Vanessa Seward S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Kenzo

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Kenzo S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Kenzo S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Kenzo S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Kenzo S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Kenzo S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Kenzo S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Junko Shimada

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Junko Shimada S/s 2017. Image THEIMPRESSION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Junko Shimada S/s 2017. Image THEIMPRESSION.COM

Chanel

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Chanel S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Chanel S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Chanel S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Chanel S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Chanel S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Chanel S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Chanel S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Chanel S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Chanel S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Chanel S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Chanel S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Chanel S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Chanel S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Chanel S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Chanel S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Paul & Joe

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Paul & Joe S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

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Paul & Joe S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Paul & Joe S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Paul & Joe S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

agnès b.

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agnès b. S/s 2017. Image WWD

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

agnès b. S/s 2017. Image WWD

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

agnès b. S/s 2017. Image WWD

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

agnès b. S/s 2017. Image WWD

Valentin Yudashkin

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Valentin Yudashkin S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Valentin Yudashkin S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Valentin Yudashkin S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Valentin Yudashkin S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Valentin Yudashkin S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Valentin Yudashkin S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Valentin Yudashkin S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Valentin Yudashkin S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Ingie

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Ingie S/s 2017. Image WWD

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Ingie S/s 2017. Image WWD

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Ingie S/s 2017. Image WWD

Ana’s Picks: Best Looks of Paris FW Day 7

Sonia Rykiel

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Sonia Rykiel S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Sonia Rykiel S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Sonia Rykiel S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Sonia Rykiel S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Luis Buchinho

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Luis Buchinho S/s 2017. Image NYCMAGAZINE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Luis Buchinho S/s 2017. Image NYCMAGAZINE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Luis Buchinho S/s 2017. Image NYCMAGAZINE.COM

Alexander McQueen

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Alexander McQueen S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Alexander McQueen S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Alexander McQueen S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Alexander McQueen S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Alexander McQueen S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Alexander McQueen S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Alexander McQueen S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Alexander McQueen S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Alexander McQueen S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Alexander McQueen S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Alexander McQueen S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Olympia Le- Tan

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Olympia Le- Tan S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Olympia Le- Tan S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Olympia Le- Tan S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Olympia Le- Tan S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Giambattista Valli

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Giambattista Valli S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Giambattista Valli S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Giambattista Valli S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Victor Alfaro

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Victor Alfaro S/s 2017. Image VICTOR ALFARO

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Victor Alfaro S/s 2017. Image VICTOR ALFARO

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Victor Alfaro S/s 2017. Image VICTOR ALFARO

Emporio Armani

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Emporio Armani S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Emporio Armani S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Emporio Armani S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Emporio Armani S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Emporio Armani S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Emporio Armani S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Emporio Armani S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Veronique Branquinho

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Veronique Branquinho S/s 2017. Image NOWFASHION

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Veronique Branquinho S/s 2017. Image NOWFASHION

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Veronique Branquinho S/s 2017. Image NOWFASHION

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Veronique Branquinho S/s 2017. Image NOWFASHION

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Veronique Branquinho S/s 2017. Image NOWFASHION

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Veronique Branquinho S/s 2017. Image NOWFASHION

Sacai

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Sacai S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Sacai S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Sacai S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Sacai S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Esteban Cortázar

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Esteban Cortázar S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Esteban Cortázar S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Esteban Cortázar S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Esteban Cortázar S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Esteban Cortázar S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Esteban Cortázar S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Esteban Cortázar S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Leonard

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Leonard S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Leonard S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Leonard S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Leonard S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Leonard S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Leonard S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Stella McCartney

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Stella McCartney S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Stella McCartney S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Stella McCartney S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Ana’s Picks: Best Looks of Paris FW Day 6

Masha Ma

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Masha Ma S/s 2017. Image WWD

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Masha Ma S/s 2017. Image WWD

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Masha Ma S/s 2017. Image WWD

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Masha Ma S/s 2017. Image WWD

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Masha Ma S/s 2017. Image WWD

Roland Mouret

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Roland Mouret S/s 2017. Image NYCMAGAZINE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Roland Mouret S/s 2017. Image NYCMAGAZINE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Roland Mouret S/s 2017. Image NYCMAGAZINE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Roland Mouret S/s 2017. Image NYCMAGAZINE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Roland Mouret S/s 2017. Image NYCMAGAZINE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Roland Mouret S/s 2017. Image NYCMAGAZINE.COM

Dice Kayek

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Dice Kayek S/s 2017. Image DICE KAYEK

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Dice Kayek S/s 2017. Image DICE KAYEK

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Dice Kayek S/s 2017. Image DICE KAYEK

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Dice Kayek S/s 2017. Image DICE KAYEK

Maison Rabih Kayrouz

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Maison Rabih Kayrouz S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Maison Rabih Kayrouz S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Maison Rabih Kayrouz S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Maison Rabih Kayrouz S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Dorhout Mees

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Dorhout Mees S/s 2017. Image WWD

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Dorhout Mees S/s 2017. Image WWD

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Dorhout Mees S/s 2017. Image WWD

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Dorhout Mees S/s 2017. Image WWD

APC

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

APC S/s 2017. Image APC

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

APC S/s 2017. Image APC

John Galliano

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

John Galliano S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

John Galliano S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

John Galliano S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

John Galliano S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

John Galliano S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

marimekko

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

marimekko S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

marimekko S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

marimekko S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

marimekko S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Givenchy

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Givenchy S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Givenchy S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Givenchy S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Givenchy S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Givenchy S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Céline

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Céline S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Céline S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Céline S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Céline S/s 2017. Image BUSINESSOFFASHION.COM

Martin Grant

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Martin Grant S/s 2017. Image MARTIN GRANT

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Martin Grant S/s 2017. Image MARTIN GRANT

Balenciaga

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Balenciaga S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Balenciaga S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Balenciaga S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM

Tom Ford S/s 2016. Image VOGUE.COM

Balenciaga S/s 2017. Image VOGUE.COM