On & Around the Street

TREND WATCH – CUT OUTS

At Fendi, it was strips of suede over the flanks, décolletage and arms that added impact, while Raf Simons at Dior used little windows on the side of dresses to sex-up dainty florals.

 

 

Stella McCartney (available at Harvey Nichols) used golden yarn to create dresses that flowed over the body and expose pointy hip bones – a risqué look that would work well with a contrasting slip beneath. Meanwhile, her more tailored pieces had geometric shapes removed to reveal flashes of flesh.

 

  

 

Christopher Kane (available at Browns), sculpted satin into curve-following panels that revealed as much as they covered (below left), and Céline’s (available at Harvey Nichols) structured tunic was cutaway at the hips to show the top of palazzo pants (below right).

  

 

The detail is in the cut here, so the key to this look is to focus on clean colours and shapes for the freshest way to wear the trend.

 

 

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TREND WATCH – CUT OUTS

At Fendi, it was strips of suede over the flanks, décolletage and arms that added impact, while Raf Simons at Dior used little windows on the side of dresses to sex-up dainty florals.

 

 

Stella McCartney (available at Harvey Nichols) used golden yarn to create dresses that flowed over the body and expose pointy hip bones – a risqué look that would work well with a contrasting slip beneath. Meanwhile, her more tailored pieces had geometric shapes removed to reveal flashes of flesh.

 

  

 

Christopher Kane (available at Browns), sculpted satin into curve-following panels that revealed as much as they covered (below left), and Céline’s (available at Harvey Nichols) structured tunic was cutaway at the hips to show the top of palazzo pants (below right).

  

 

The detail is in the cut here, so the key to this look is to focus on clean colours and shapes for the freshest way to wear the trend.

 

 

Uncategorized

TREND WATCH – CUT OUTS

At Fendi, it was strips of suede over the flanks, décolletage and arms that added impact, while Raf Simons at Dior used little windows on the side of dresses to sex-up dainty florals.

 

 

Stella McCartney (available at Harvey Nichols) used golden yarn to create dresses that flowed over the body and expose pointy hip bones – a risqué look that would work well with a contrasting slip beneath. Meanwhile, her more tailored pieces had geometric shapes removed to reveal flashes of flesh.

 

  

 

Christopher Kane (available at Browns), sculpted satin into curve-following panels that revealed as much as they covered (below left), and Céline’s (available at Harvey Nichols) structured tunic was cutaway at the hips to show the top of palazzo pants (below right).

  

 

The detail is in the cut here, so the key to this look is to focus on clean colours and shapes for the freshest way to wear the trend.