RTW SS17

There has been an abundance of Ready To Wear Spring Fashion shows popping out from every corner. From  Paris to London, to New York, fashion gurus and bloggers are buzzing with inspiration on how and what to style pieces for the coming months.

And of course with the masses of runway collections there comes many competitions as to grab attention on which fashion show is the most spectacular! Everything from an aisle of pink glitter (Elie Saab) to a futuristic themed extravaganza (Junya Watanabe) showcased that the bigger the show the better!

Here are my favourite collections (in no particular order) from the Ready to Wear Spring 2017 Fashion show.

Talbot Runhof

Inspired by a silk fil coupe design by Clara Fantoccoli, their collection showcased neutrals and delicate fabrics. It was minimalism intwined with bursts of details as seen in the photos below. I also gained inspiration by mixing different fabric materials together, for example silky shorts with pin striped button up collared shirt.

One of the most renowned brands symbolic of elegance and empowerment is Dior and this year certainly did not fail to disappoint. Everytime I look at the collection, I immediately want to start wearing dainty lace with long flowy skirts of pastel colours. This year, Dior stuck to their white classic theme that were breezy with the delicate mesh, chic and effortlessly sophisticated.

Elie Saab

It was back to the 80’s with Elie Saab’s disco vibes that lit up the fashion show with fluoro coloured pinks, purples and shimmery silver. This was personally my number one favourite because it encapsulated modernism (with revealing low necks and cinched skirts) with retro patterns of big shimmery prints. It’s safe to say that they definitely stole the spotlight this year.

 

Author: stylesteph

21 year old Sydney student (born and bred) studying a Bachelor's of Journalism at UTS. My blog is a little hub of all things fashion, beauty and lifestyle related as well as a few shares of my favourite things.

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