The purveyor of leather ready-to-wear did not disappoint with crepe thin blousons and pleated skirts but with a welcome addition of zebra print and laser-cut leather pieces that fluttered like petals this season.
The moving sails on the ceiling hinted at a collection filled with breezy, diaphanous dresses in soothing blues, grounded with leather harness details and sailor caps as well as belts worn open.
Rock and roll was the theme with fun zebra ribbon sandals and piano key boots displayed on spinning records while plexi continues to be a house signature, this time in thigh-high, paper-thin boots.
Forever presenting the wardrobe of the wanderer, Etro’s models took us on the silk road (via hot air balloon, no less) with jacquard and paisley prints, head scarfs and patchwork cardigans.
In a celebration of art and nature, Marni showcased abstract drawings of trees and flowers on heavy coats and holey, knitted dresses–even the models’ hair resembled nests dusted in white.
Daniel Lee, riding on the success of his debut collection, continued to use the house’s signature weave on new, gigantic totes and expanded on the cloud pouch but with a hollow chain detail, because Lee intended for the materials for spring/summer to be light and soft unlike his bulkier fall/winter offering.
Models wore rainbow platforms on rollerskate wheels as you entered the presentation, suggesting a fun collection to follow, which included dangling strawberries or coconuts on stilettos as well as sparkling disco balls.
The cashmere king now makes weighted linen for summer, double stitched to create a thickness to resemble cotton and to reduce wrinkling. Micro weave crossbody bags were also introduced to continue the brand’s expansion in accessories.
Sergio Rossi introduced carved heels in the shape of the label’s name as well as other glamorous, high-octane party shoes, including mesh booties and stilettoes peppered with crystals.