Avant-guarde designers are here to stay as the spring season makes its way toward summer. The trends that we’ve seen in the runways have created a voice with revolutionary messages of empowerment and chic elegance. The line between art and fashion has never been blurrier, and wearing works of art has become the new way to make history for some brands. We see fashion households evolve and we see new  brands emerge in this era of forwardthinking creation. The floral prints are in full bloom and the variety of palettes are ready to be experimented with. Let’s see what the most innovating designers have in store for us.

 

FENDI

Pockets, leather, puffy textures and a neutral palette contrasted with bright colors are what you’re looking for this season.

 

 

JACQUEMUS

Jacquemus has brought us ambiguous pieces that seem ready for both a night out and an afternoon by the beach, with sheers, silk and warm colors.

 

 

Alberta Ferretti

Soft pastels, sheers, lace, and slip dresses are only a small part of this enthralling collection for pretty and natural look.

 

 

ALEXANDER MCQUEEN

Sarah Burton has a collection for us with Victorian pieces that symbolize what it means to be a woman—vulnerability, strength and elegance.

 

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Marchesa

Fairytales come to life on Marchesa’s runway with gowns of blue, lavander and pink shades with intricate details that will take your breath away.

 

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Hogan

Go big or go home. That seems to be what Hogan stands for, with bold palettes, platforms and textures, the youthful brand has creative style and a free spirit.   

 

 

 

Tulle is an easy way to create dramatic volume and shape, without looking heavy. For all you fairy princess wannabes out there – now’s your moment.   

 

Text: Amura ± Photo: CORTESÍA DE LAS MARCAS

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