5 Spring Trends


This spring is equipped for any eventuality: at times colourful, at times geometric, at times monotone, but never boring! Here are our five most important trends for this stunning season.

  1. 70s’ Revival
    The 70s are back. With geometric patterns at Prada and Miu Miu that you used to find on blouses and wallpaper alike, in full-out hippy style at Roberto Cavalli, and in a nomadic ensemble at Etro.
  2. Yellow Fever
    In addition to this year’s on-trend colour – pink – yellow fever is spreading like wildfire. From golden shades to toxic yellow at Valentino, plain at Mulberry, or as a glossy trench coat at Kiton: yellow is THE colour of the summer – and it puts you in a good mood, too.
  3. Cut-outs
    Whether asymmetric at Louis Vuitton, jaunty at Saint Laurent, belly tops at Alexander McQueen or laissez-faire with jeans full of holes and short T-shirts at 7 for all mankind: this year we’ll be showing off a whole lot of skin that we normally keep well hidden.
  4. Oversized Office
    Trouser suits never go out of style, but there have never been as many styles to choose from as there are this year. Oversized shoulders and man-sized jackets or close-fitting blazers with cut-outs are combined with knickerbockers, culottes, 7/8 trousers as at Brunello Cucinelli or drainpipes. One thing’s for sure: your work outfit will never be dreary again!
  5. Jumpsuit
    A wonderful alternative to a dress. Made of soft, high-end fabrics, it couldn’t be further removed from mechanic’s or parachutist’s overalls: it has become socially presentable and sexy. The trouser dresses by Bottega Veneta are eye-catching by day and night. And if you find a onesie too awkward, Emporio Armani has given you permission to cheat with their two-piece that masquerades as a jumpsuit.
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