What to wear in spring 2017? 10 unexpected ideas from the London Fashion Week

Fashion Week in London against the background of “colleagues” has always been distinguished by creative pofigism - most of the designers who make their shows as part of this event, sincerely do not try to set global trends to the world, but they keep a wide field for imagination for themselves, even absurd break down stereotypes on gender, cut and combinations. This time, the story repeats again, and some of the collections shown at London Fashion Week are obviously stuck somewhere in the middle between “wow!” And “horror of horrors!”, But it’s only interesting to look at them in the vicinity.

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The first question that suggests itself when looking at this image is what happens with the “bottom”? If it is pants, then they are clearly not in size, and if shorts, then they sit as if it were an adult diaper. But the jacket really looks epic, as if it was stolen from a museum, from a section of Latin American history before colonization.

Vivienne Westwood, spring-summer 2017

Vivienne Westwood, spring-summer 2017

Kids in a cage

Judging by the London Fashion Week, the cell will become a capital trend already in the next season. Too many designers started to beat this print, and everyone got different results in style. So, at House of Holland all is literally - a cage everywhere, beginning from footwear and finishing accessories on a neck.

House of Holland, spring-summer 2017

House of Holland, spring-summer 2017

Dress meme

The Internet influences the fashion not only through the introduction of new technologies, but also by the streamlining of content: if earlier on clothes were depicted rock stars and other famous personalities, now they can place a picture of a meme with a displeased face.

Peter Pilotto, spring-summer 2017

Peter Pilotto, spring-summer 2017

Circus princess

Now we know exactly what oversize looks like, when it's honestly dimensionless - such that there's not even one, but a few people will fit in. And although the idea of ​​Ryan Lo resembles what we saw earlier in Galiano and Jacobs, this image still makes an impression, like a piece of fun costume spectacle - carnival or circus performance.

Ryan Lo, Spring-Summer 2017

Ryan Lo, Spring-Summer 2017

God is in the details

Before you start giggling over the ruffles and ryushechkami on the bottom of the sweater and sandals, appreciate how the designer of the brand Preen performed the sleeves and how make-up artists made of two braids something like a decoration around the neck,which in all this pink "ugliness" and not immediately notice.

Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, spring-summer 2017

Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, spring-summer 2017

 

Belt-bodice

Donatella Versace's life hacking in case you have nothing to wear: look for a wide leather belt in the closet (remember, were these in fashion in the mid-2000s?) And tie it on your chest as if nothing had happened. Given the fashion for "naked dresses", which has already actually legalized the demonstration of underwear for all to see, the future is behind the bodice belts, and not the most distant.

Versus Versace, spring-summer 2017

Versus Versace, spring-summer 2017

Scarlet accents

Three nontrivial solutions that we have not seen before, in one image: deliberately careless lip makeup (if you look closely, you can see that the lipstick contour is smeared like after a kiss), a night dress over a sports sweatshirt and frill on the shoes like the original decor, giving a new form.

Mother of Pearl, spring-summer 2017

Mother of Pearl, spring-summer 2017

Past and present

Jonathan Anderson is a favorite in the glossy fashion industry because while his design colleagues rely on eccentricity, he still attaches great importance to innovation in cutting. In this collection, Anderson’s talent was expressed in the combination of modern fabrics with a cut like those of vintage costumes - thick denim and carved sleeves-puff, as on costumes of a nobleman of the 17th century.

J. W. Anderson, Spring-Summer 2017

J. W. Anderson, Spring-Summer 2017

Visual eclecticism

We finish with another talent of the Fashion Week in London, whose shows are always interesting to consider, although this time it was not so easy: Mary Katranzu deployed holographic prints, from which already on the tenth image the head began to spin. On closer examination, it was discovered that the ancient Greek motifs were deftly inscribed in the holograms, and despite the time span of a whole millennium, the result of the "merger" was remarkably harmonious.



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