Fall is on the corner. And, no matter how much I love summer, the season has to pass. Sometimes, it is not so difficult for me to accept the rains, the cold and the rusty leaves, and the reason is, of course, changing trends parade. For my relief, the althleisure trend is still strong, as well as the totally black outfits. But I have to admit I have to be bold to try even the bold outfits, the mix of lurex, neon shades, vinyl and glitter seen in some collections. But I would love the pearls, to be wear by the dozen, seen at Chanel. Here are the favourite Fall/Winter 2016/2017 trends.
I loved the entire Chanel collection, Louis Vuitton lean figures, Moschino fun and the velvet pieces seen at Prada and Ralph Lauren, as well as the Valentino collection (I will miss Maria Grazia Chiuri, who left the creative duo, but I am eager to see what she is going to do at Dior) and Saint Laurent grace. Therefore, the 5 Fall/Winter 2016/2017 trends. I am looking forward to see more closer are…
Code red: Issey Miyake is my favourite, but I wouldn’t say “no” to an oversized origami shaped cape as one as Junya Watanabe.
The Olimpics: the althleisure trend is back and I am quite happy. I would love the jacket seen at Balenciaga and the whole collection from Louis Vuitton.
In the army: the trench was never out of fashion. Now, in kaki, is even more desirable. The Burberry one is on my wish list!
Apres-ski chalet: the cute sweaters, the warm cashmere cardigans and the XXL wool scarfs (as well as the gloves, my secret obsession) may be some reasons to indulge the winter time. Carven sweater is the one I would take with me in a St Moritz trip.
The 80s revival: well, is not necessarily my dear trend, but it is fun to try once. At least the Gucci pieces, beautiful put together by Alessandro Michele.
Photography: Facebook pages of the brands.