If you want to take a trip to an island without actually paying for it, than Tommy Hilfiger’s tropical collection is for you! Woven fabrics, mesh, rainbow colors and tons of bathing suits were the flavor of the day for Tommy Hilfiger.
Thom Browne’s collection featured menswear inspired clothing for women; but more mens clothing being worn by women. His suit jackets, ties, and button-ups were made feminine by pairing them with skirts, and extending the lengths of the button-ups to almost ankle-length. For styling, Thom Browne did not disappoint with his eccentric runways, by putting his models in old school barber shop quartet, boater hats, with their hair coming through the hats as upright braids that resembled horns. As if that wasn’t enough, the models wore white makeup with heavily done up,thick black eyebrows and a stripe of black lipstick across their lips.
David Neville and Marcus Wainwright’s collection for Rag & Bone was sporty chic with varsity jackets, tennis shoes, & mesh. The collection featured sporty, loose fits for most of the silhouettes, but there were a few figure-hugging maxi dresses thrown into the mix. The collection was mostly dark in color, minus several all white looks and some pops of bright green and red.
Keeping things groovy, Jeremy Scott presented a 60s inspired runway mashed up with the 80s. From big hair to mini skirts, this collection was colorful, bold, and psychedelic.
Wrapping up our day 5 trend report are the super feminine collections presented by Lela Rose, Carolina Herrera, and Zac Posen. These 3 know how to go after the girly girl. Or even the girl that one day wants to wear a sporty look from Rag & Bone, and the next day they have a black-tie event to attend!
All photos in this post from fashiongps.com
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