Here Comes the Sun
Burberry creative director — Riccardo Tisci — asked his team to paint the wall of their fashion house’s headquarter, turning it then into a print for the cruise collection. The same fashion trend of this spring was quickly picked up by Stella McCartney, Moschino and other brands.
The trend for prints imitating the skin colors of wild animals is back in fashion, and this time looks like it will remain not just during the spring time, but the summer too. The black and white prints, familiar to us from the previous seasons, have been replaced by their bright alternatives in orange, green, and other spring colors.
This popular spice will not just be in your salad or smoothie, but also in the spring collections of fashion designers. This unusually pleasant shade of yellow has already been adopted by Bottega Veneta, Oscar de la Renta and many others. In addition, as color therapists say, the turmeric color not only provides aesthetic satisfaction, but is also useful for restoring emotional balance.
This most feminine element of clothing decor always accompanies cruise collections. But this time the bows look more like those for the dolls than the common dramatic ones.
Delicate and romantic dresses made of white cotton lace or weightless tulle, similar to traditional outfits of the inhabitants of Scandinavian villages, have found a place in the spring collections of Dior, Valentino, Gabriela Hearst and other brands this season.