Alberta Ferretti's point of view on fantasy became very clear in this collection. The bohemien and romantic lace dresses seemed to have come straight out of a fairy tale.
The Dsquared² brothers created some preppy, but sexy tailoring. Oxford shoes, check. Oversized hat, check. Big, black spectacles, check.. It's official, the nerdlook is hot!
Peter Dundas at Emilio Pucci got his inspiration from the Cyclades in the Mediterranian Sea and named his collection "Bohemian beachcomber done luxe", which also has a clear 70s vibe.
The Etro collection is all about graphic prints, and the ones above were my favorites. Not too crowded and with nice, simple color combinations.
'Rigor with sensuality' was Donatella Versace's focus for Spring. She went back to the label's roots by using the Versace Greek motif on the dresses and bags. The collection is filled with bright colors, fringes and geometric shapes and cutouts which made it look very chic and modern.
Paolo Gerani got his inspiration for the Iceberg Spring collection from the 70's woman. Highlights of the collection included the polka dot-printed A-line skirts dresses and tops. Another favorite is the loose boyfriend blazer with pulled-up sleeves.
Color and geometry were the two pillars of the Fendi Spring collection. Even though it was named "the burning summer of hot passion", the skirts weren't short and the dresses weren't skin-tight. The collection had a refined mix of voluminous silhouettes paired with tailored seperates.
Raf Simons' collection for Jil Sander is all about volume, layers and poppy colors. Normally, I'm not that much of a fan of oversized clothing because most people can't pull it off, but Simons managed to make it work, like he always does.