Are you sick of these all-in-one posts yet? Well I hope not, because after this one the final post (PARIS) is coming up rather soon! Same principle as last time: I give you an overload of pictures, you read and scroll. Ready, set, go!
I love the clean cuts. Simple? Yes. Boring? Definitely not.
I'm usually not raving about D&G (I like their work, it's just not really 'me') but I have to admit these knits are pretty sweet.
Wait, is this REALLY Fendi? I like it, really, but does anyone else think this is very different from other Fendi seasons? (oh and yes, I am in love with the first look.)
4// JIL SANDER
I was expecting a bit more from Raf Simons ( he designs Jil Sander). It wasn't that bad, but to me it just felt like there was something missing, a little extra?
I thought this wasn't the best Marni season, but still, if you like Marni you'll probably like this collection too...
6// No. 21
You may or may not know this, but Alessandro Dell'Acqua recently lost the rights to his name (yes, I'm serious!) so he started a new label! He's called it No. 21 after his lucky number and it's looking rather good, right?
Next, Jonathan Saunders again. He's been at Pollini for a while now and I think he's starting to get the hang of it.
And last but not least, Christopher Kane for Versus. I think Donatella Versace made the right choice by appointing him as the new Versus designer. I think Versace & Versus customers are going to love this collection.
All pictures from style.com