Want to cover up for spring? Designers at Milan Fashion Week recommend the bomber jacket for the outerwear piece of choice. Giving a sporty edge to any look–the bomber jacket will be everywhere next season. At Versace, Donatella Versace sent out glamazons who layered with the trend.
Bomber Jacket–For Emilio Pucci’s Massimo Giorgetti’s debut runway show, seaside imagery made way for bomber jackets paired with glittering skirts.
Bomber Jacket–Peter Dundas embraced an 80s silhouette and color palette for his debut show as Roberto Cavalli creative director. Boxy jackets including bomber styles were spotlighted on the runway.
Bomber Jacket–Romantic prints and airy fabrics at Etro were contrasted by bomber jackets for a stylish effect. Overlaid with patterns, the Etro woman shows off the trend for spring.
Animal print is back for the spring 2016 season. Designers at Milan Fashion Week embraced everything from leopard spots to zebra stripes for a truly wild trend. At Versace, it was all about body-con looks with animal prints.
Animal Prints–Roberto Cavalli’s Peter Dundas paid tribute to the Italian fashion house’s DNA with bold prints including zebra stripes for the spring 2016 runway.
Animal Prints–The Missoni woman is known for wearing daring prints, including zig-zags and stripes but for spring 2016, a hint of animal print gets added to the mix.
Animal Prints–Bottega Veneta creative director Tomas Maier took on leopard spots for the brand’s spring 2016 runway show. From bomber jackets to dresses to accessories, bold patterns were on trend.