FASHION’S MOST CREATIVE DESIGNERS INJECT SOME SNAP, CRACKLE AND POP INTO THEIR LATEST COLLECTIONS
Romantic prints take a step back this season and are replaced with dizzying, futuristic sketch styles. Tie-dye-inspired graphics appeared on sleek tailored suits, coats and offbody knitwear at Stella Mccartney, while Proenza Schouler designers Jack Mccollough and Lazaro Hernandez have us lusting after printed box coats with rounded shoulders, cinched waists and roomy sleeves (main picture). Made in winter-friendly jacquard and wool, they feature abstract leopard prints and composition prints. Italian-born French designer Giambattista Valli, usually known for his ultra-feminine creations, also opted for sculpted silhouettes with bold crackle prints trimmed with fur.
Clockwise from top: backstage at Proenza Schouler; bag by Hugo by Hugo Boss; look by Stella Mccartney; shoe by Jimmy Choo; sunglasses by Thierry Lasry, available at On Pedder