This is it! After this week’s showings in Paris, the fashion month will come to a close. These past few weeks our #SaksStyle hub superstars have been giving the models on the runway some serious competition, sporting everything from brightly colored two-piece sets, voluminous skirts and designer accessories. In celebration, we’re showcasing a few of our best looks from outside the shows.
They were dressed for business as usual on day 4 of Milan Fashion Week, which meant new takes on the suit. Most notable was a maxi-length split-front dress over matching pants, and a jacket and culotte set done in a painterly cross-hatch pattern.
With the chill of fall still at bay, the look midway through the Milan shows could’ve fit right into the Spring 2016 season. Statement making accessories punctuated spring-like dresses in light fabrics and pale colors, like a lovely lavender lace-up sandal.
Day Two of Milan Fashion Week brought out the bold-faced names of street style. Leigh Lezark, decked out like a high-fashion club kid in Fendi, Eva Chen in a very matrix-like leather trench, and Giovanna Battaglia lady-like as always in over-sized houndstooth.
Quite Possibly the Most Comfortable Take on Denim We’ve Seen, the Chambray Pajama
BOSS’ Artistic Director, Jason Wu brought vitality and movement to the spring/summer 2016 show. The main inspiration for this collection was softening the structured tailoring we’re used to seeing at BOSS, from loosely tailored suit jackets to well-tailored shirt dresses paneled with soft flowing organza perfect for spring.
This Tailored Shirt Dress Still Maintains a Soft Touch
Stepping away from the dramatics of his previous season’s showings, Altuzarra is taking a more relaxed approach to this spring/summer collection and turning to his Basque roots. Focusing on stylish looks he feels women would love to wear in the summer. A sensual collection filled with barely tied shirt dresses, relaxed shapes, pleats and loose drawstrings.
Touching On His Basque Roots Altuzarra Incorporated Earthy Colors And Textures To His Entire Collection