Gowns are a staple for any Elie Saab collection, and the spring-summer season from the designer embraced lace with feminine embroideries straight from a fairytale.
Dolce & Gabbana
Blossoming florals adorned dresses from Dolce & Gabbana’s spring-summer preview. Sheer and airy materials bring a touch of Mediterranean glamour to the new season.
Dior’s Raf Simons embraced color for the spring season, but was at his best when he kept it simple. The classic Dior “Bar” Jacket was highlighted on the runway.
DSquared2 chose of a theme of 50s, retro bombshells for designers Dean and Dan Caten’s spring-summer preview. Hoop skirts and sweet-heart necklines made winning looks.
Movie star glamour was the inspiration of Roberto Cavalli’s spring 2014 collection. Diaphanous gowns and luxe furs brought an opulent take to Milan Fashion Week.
Lanvin creative director Alber Elbaz went for the gold with rich metallic pieces and opulent lamés. Pleated details and bewitching jewels brought shine to the spring season.
Marc Jacobs’ final season for Louis Vuitton highlighted jet beading and crystals in all black looks. Talk about gothic style!
Givenchy creative director Riccardo Tisci took the spring season in a tribal direction with glittery masks and metallic accents.
Emilio Pucci’s Peter Dundas found inspiration in sporty looks with mesh, trousers based off of basketball shirts and wide belts for the label’s spring presentation.
At Chanel, Karl Lagerfeld looked towards art for inspiration with the French fashion house’s spring-summer preview. Colorful prints modeled after a painter’s swatch made for an interesting look.