The Jil Sander fashion show was so amazing. The collection was minimalistic and bold as the same time. Leather skirts, tailored shirts, and over sized blazers. The collections muse was Annemarie Schwarzenbach; a swiss writer, journalist and photographer. She played a huge part in the designers decison to create a collection that combined both men and women’s style.
Bottega Veneta made me so excited for Spring. The show started off with active wear paired with chunky sweaters thrown over the outfits. The collection was full of pales and neutrals which is a personal favorite of mine. As the show continued there were a plethora of skirts, dresses, deep v necks, and trench coats. Overall a beautiful collection.
Something about the Marni collection makes me want to be a very chic Italian woman. There were a lot of oversized and colorful pieces the designer paired with bold accessories and purses. After viewing this collection I might have to invest in a Kimono and those espadrille style sneakers.
I want everything that was featured in the Ports 1961 collection. See through tops, silk dresses, military style jackets and jumpsuits. Fiona Cibani did a wonderful job.