Our Spring/Summer 2013 trend report is here!
(left to right: Christopher Kane, Bottega Veneta, Lanvin)
The runways are looking up and radiant in paint box palettes, with yellow taking the spotlight. The hue kicks back this season in gamuts of pastel, muted mustard and bright citron. Incorporate bright accessories to amp up a classic wardrobe.
(left to right: Givenchy, Balenciaga, Marni)
Spring/Summer 2013's key silhouette speaks a language of air and volumes. Billowing ruffles demand to be styled against minimalist separates for impeccable sartorial sophistication, while neutral colours will boast this detail to all its glory.
(left to right: Chloe, Marni, Mulberry)
The classic work shirt gets a minimalist update. Crisp enough for work under a pantsuit yet it can also be dressed down for the weekends with cullotes and wedges. Clasp on a statement choker to frame the neckline for a fashion forward take on this trend.
(left to right: Proenza Schouler, Lanvin, Marni)
With technology comes pragmatic design - a slimline document clutch allows iPad or small laptop to be carried in style, and also doubles as a sophisticated arm candy for day or night. This style is a must have for every woman on the go to hop from the office desk straight to the dancefloor.
(left to right: Marni, Lanvin, Chloe)
If 2012 was all about adorning the decolletage, this year it's time to wear your heart on your wrist. Opt for architectural structures or show-stopping embellishments as a trendsetting statement. Hammered texture and gold toned metal from the likes of Herve Van Der Straeten and Erickson Beamon will shine best amongst an all black ensemble.
Labels: Erickson Beamon, Herve Van Der Straeten