Though the Resort collections don’t receive as much attention as their Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter counterparts, they are definitely the ones that reside longer on the shelf. The collection is simpler with muted tones – exuding a holiday vibe – but with the essence of luxury. The Cruise wear is also more wearable and we have our team of in-house stylists tell you how they would style the prevailing trends from the collection.
“Détournement is the opposite of quotation” (G. Debord) was the starting point of Gucci menswear S/S 2016 collection. ‘Détournement’ meaning re-contextualization of classics in a futuristic and urban arena. Designer Alessandro Michele re-defined androgyny for a new generation where masculine forms met graceful, almost, ladylike patterns. Power suits in powdery pastels splattered with floral embroidery, statement separates in deep jewel tones with delicate details and length-elongating silhouettes in slim,
Alessandro Michele’s Cruise 2016 show for Gucci transports us to the past with its retro flares and prints. The return of the trademark Gucci mark also takes place in this collection. The collection is full of corsages and garden inspired motifs. It brings in a waft of freshness with a zest of saccharine and soothing colours.
Here’s a list of perfumes and fragrances that Team SC swears by!
Gucci Guilty – Namrata Deepak (Fashion Coordinator)
Guerlain Insolence – Minal Sampat (Stylist)
Ralph Lauren Romance – Rituja Bakshi (Stylist)
Valentina by Valentino – Sasha Miranda (Fashion Intern) & Kavisa Rebello (Stylist)
Chanel No. 5 – Tanmayi Mane (Stylist)
The Beat by Burberry –
While the Fashion Brigade is currently wrapping things up in Paris, we took the time to hand-pick runway favorites from the Milan Fashion Week that happened last week. Read on to know what is in store for your summer wardrobe next year!
Alberta Ferretti’s sheer trimmed denim dress is floral, feminine and makes for a fresh look.