THE BOUNDARYPUSHING DE­SIGNS SEEN ON THE IN­TER­NA­TIONAL SPRING RUN­WAYS SERVED AS IN­SPI­RA­TION FOR HOLT RENFREW’S MOD­ERN NEW FASH­ION DI­REC­TION.

ELLE (Canada) - - Relationship -

Armed with a fresh vi­sion and strat­egy, the beloved 180-yearold Cana­dian de­part­ment store is mak­ing a state­ment with its ap­proach to lux­ury. Here is an ELLE Canada-edited pre­view of its re­vamped spring magazine (or, as pres­i­dent Mario Grauso de­scribes it, “our ul­ti­mate list of how you should put your style to­gether for the sea­son”). From Gucci’s ex­u­ber­ant prints and Givenchy’s direc­tional sil­hou­ettes to the in­ven­tive, fresh shapes of Sa­cai and Cé­line, th­ese are the must-own pieces that cham­pion crafts­man­ship, ar­ti­sanal de­tails and cut­ting-edge ideas.

GUCCI

Alessandro Michele’s beau­ti­fully ec­cen­tric cre­ations need lit­tle in­tro­duc­tion, and if there’s a piece more joy­ous than this baroque-pat­terned coat, we’d like to meet it. Jacquard coat, bro­cade elas­tic belt with brass fin­ish and Swarovski-crys­tal buckle, patentleather san­dals with la­tex socks

DRIES VAN NOTEN

(Pre­vi­ous page) Bel­gian de­signer Dries Van Noten ap­proached spring’s peren­nial floral trend with a brood­ing el­e­gance. The ta­pes­try trousers and satin wrap coat are at once edgy and Ed­war­dian. On Liya: Silk robe, em­broi­dered blouse and bro­cade pants. On Carolyn: Bomeo jacket and shorts

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