Tall, enveloping, with small Renaissance ruffles that make it very sophisticated: and the collar that rises on impalpable dresses with long sleeves and sensual shapes.
Luisa Beccaria / Oliver Theyskens @Vogue.com / Paco Rabanne / Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini
Reminiscing the wedding night lingerie with satin petticoats flowing down the body and highlighting the silhouette, the soft necklines edged with lace, the thin straps.
Mame Kurogouchi / Artlein @Vogue.com / Ermanno Scervino / Koché / Lanvin
Short. To be combined with matching cuissards or sneakers, and accessorised freely for an always different look.
Elisabetta Franchi @Vogue.com / Moschino / Vivetta / Aniye / Dolcce & Gabanna
THE KNITTED DRESS
Both knitted and in wool fabric, more or less thick, and the real trend of the season.
Dolcce & Gabanna / Jil Sander / Bottega Veneta / Laura Biagiotti
THE DOWN JACKET
Very fashionable for bomber, long jackets and head to toe coats. Brand new quilted effect, in maxi shape for the coming next winter.
Moncler @Vogue.com / Iceberg / Christian Wijnants / Moncler @Vogue.com
Unexpected, the puffed sleeves are back, rounded or ‘pull off’ like those proposed by Fendi, the eye-catcher on the latest runway shows.
Moschino / Iceberg / Ryan Roche @Vogue.com / Fendi
A halo of romance wraps dresses and shoulder garments with lace-effect fretwork.
Ermanno Scervino / Marco Rambaldi / Mame Kurogouchi
Very long and floating, they do their dance on dresses, scarves, and coats. Nothing to do with the flapper looks of the 20s, these are real cascades of flying thread, declarations of a fun and contemporary style.
Christian Dior / Jil Sander / Givenchy
By Elisa Nascimbene for Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week