Spanish vacations and art deco aesthetics come to mind when one looks at the latest ready-to-wear collections. Minimalism and dark palettes are all the rage, but designers such as Dries van Noten, Diane von Furstenberg, Issey Miyake, and Anna Sui brought vibrant colours to their shows. Corals that rival Australian reefs and colour blocking schemes that are more dynamic than ever showcase the change that is to come. Therefore, those who are not going away for the warm weather can still look forward to a few of the delightful pieces below.
Comfortable skirts with sophisticated patterns are hard to find for the office, but Dries van Noten’s Stan Skirt does the trick. Created with silk and polyester, the full skirt makes it the perfect item to sashay to work with empowerment. Besides that, the pockets and the side zipper closure carries basic necessities without a handbag to emphasize convenience.
Outdoor parties and an elegant night out on the terasse come to mind with this Roland Mouret Ivy dress. The light colour is both minimalist and an attractive specimen that will go well with a pair of nude pumps or a statement necklace. The dress’ silk and elastane qualities make it a serene and pleasant experience no matter what the night may bring.
Rainbows are always beautiful and this Issey Miyake Pleats Please Multicoloured Top is no exception. The colour blocking scheme makes it the perfect individual item that can be worn with a simple dress or pants. Shoes galore and bordeaux sunglasses come together to make it a memorable piece.