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For the seasons ahead, we’ve seen wonderful Fall/Winter 2018 collections at the fashion weeks around the globe—all worthy of praise. Below, we’re highlighting a few of our most recent favorites.
Marni unveiled its new collection in Milan, combining the ancestral and the futuristic. Through a clear lens, the collection is reduced to primary lines, with horizontal, vertical, and square angles. Playing with a riot of bright and natural colors, it is the differences that empower this collection and the woman who wears it.
Giorgio Armani unveiled a new collection full of greys and blush pinks, complemented by the silhouette of a power suit dissolved into softer layers. Paired with crystal-beaded evening wear, the collection was a nod to the executive woman and her strength. Closing the show, Armani showcased a crystal-studded pantsuit, capturing the historic tailoring of the house.
Marking a new chapter for the house, women’s creative director Paul Andrew presents his inaugural collection for Salvatore Ferragamo. With motivation from modern decadence, traditional silhouettes are stripped back, functionally contemporary in their forms. Lush materials channel the refinement of Ferragamo’s legacy, from plush leather and Italian wool to heavy silk twill.
Creating a romantic uniform of softness and strength, Fendi’s new collection exudes urban femininity in a palette of navy, black, moss green, camel, and pink. A diamond became a motif in the collection—the ultimate feature to their box shoulders and belted coats.
With an athletic and urban spirit, Loro Piana’s new collection epitomizes modernity. Their dedication to Italian craft is maintained in their silhouettes and tactile fabrics of the highest quality. Weaving an seasonal palette through the collection, their streamline forms are lightweight and exude a relaxed attitude.