Spring-sum­mer 2016


Marie Claire Fashion Shows - - Edito - Anne-So­phie Tho­mas, Fashion Edi­tor in Chief at Ma­rie Claire

This month of run­way shows was like a rol­ler-coas­ter of emotions that has left lit­tle rest for bea­ting hearts. A few de­si­gners par­ted ways with the fashion houses that em­ployed them, some well in ad­vance, others ta­king us all by sur­prise. At the same time, young de­si­gners were si­gning their first and much awai­ted col­lec­tions for illus­trious ins­ti­tu­tions. In the mid­st of all this com­mo­tion, young Pa­ri­sian wolves cut their teeth on the big scene while Mi­lan, fol­lo­wing Guc­ci’s example, shed its old skin to find a new youth. But emotions were above all born on the cat­walks. Eve­ryone agrees that de­si­gners have conspi­red to ima­gine a sum­mer where light­ness, pu­ri­ty and com­fort are key, with a lin­ge­rie ins­pi­ra­tion tying it all to­ge­ther. A re­fre­shing sea­son that turns a white and pure new leaf, like a blank can­vas on which to draw ma­ny pro­mises for a beau­ti­ful new dawn.

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