Bid farewell to the leaves of autumn as they make their ultimate appearance on the runways for the Fall-Winter season, where Fulvio Rigoni debuts his second collection for Salvatore Ferragamo and continues to establish his identity as the new creative director for the fashion giant.
Fashion arrives at the runways like autumnal leaves and brings the latest tendencies from veteran designing houses with their ready-to-wear collections that range from the unpredictable and intricate to the classic.
Time is as ephemeral as it is eternal, and these summer trends prove fashion is always innovating and timeless with a new range of multicolor pieces that take us back a few decades and forward into the future.
Designers have decorated the runways with a wide range of possibilities this new season.
The cold season comes to an end and the spring winds carry with them new tendencies of bright colors—floral patterns that recall tropical sensations.
Winter is coming with a festive spirit and conveys a variety of color and brightness. The metallic details and the gold mirror effect are here to stand out over dark shades like olive green and gray, which are so characteristic of the coldest seasons; however, designers continue to find ways to combine pieces that contrast and create art on the runways.
The 2016 fall season has arrived and it comes with a series of trends that are reinterpreting the meaning of vintage; it could be defined as a bold fusion: extreme fashion that incorporates classic elements with a great variety of colors. Some of them are nude, spicy mustard, aurora red and warm taupe etc.
While we’re on the threshold of autumn, we still have time to enjoy the sun and tanned skins that we have acquried over the summer.
The summer found us at the warmer lands in the world. The desert extends beyond its confines with vivid sunshine and weather surprises, including rain.
It’s spring, the season of unexpected rains, breezy heat, light changes and a lot of social events. We are looking for easily adaptable outfits that operate both day and night.