Chanel’s Spring 2018 show was presented in front of vertiginous cliffs and waterfalls. The collection mixed natural-looking textures with bold colors. Transparent coats and capes played a key role in accessorizing the runway looks. Sixties inspired mini skirts in staple house tweeds were shown with a modern touch of fringes.
Tom Ford’s collection revolved around broad shoulder jackets in unique fabrics, backless jumpsuits, jersey column dresses and crystallized T-shirts which successfully captured the 90s allure.
Ermanno Scervino’s masculine-feminine play was the show’s main attraction. Blue hand-painted balloon lace skirts, slip dresses in delicate florals and double-breasted jackets gave the collection a fresh and modern attitude.
Blumarine’s Spring 2018 catwalk showcased the brand’s floor-sweeping ethereal dresses and kimono jackets alongside RTW that mixed polka dot, lace and ruffle.