A multihued floral Spring Summer 17

The bright flowers and pastels hues mark for a glorious celebration

Posted on 12/10/2016 By

The season of fashion weeks around the globe comes to a culmination and what comes out with declaration from the designers is a world full of colours, away from mundane monotones, the designs are classy, the colours are bright and the season, promising.

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While Alexander McQueen SS17 Ready to Wear at Paris Fashion Week was inspired from the flora and fauna of coastal landscapes of Shetland Islands and primarily included the world famous gossamer Shetland Lace, a fine craftsmanship from the islands, running through generations for centuries, Chanel Spring Summer 17 creates a mirage of hues inspired by the colours of electronic energy. The ultimate inspiration being Chanel herself, Fashion Passes, style remains!

A multihued floral Spring Summer 17 - Global Fashion Street

Versace Spring Summer 17 for women is bold, the signature style of the label with some funky casual as well. The tag line being ‘Strength is there behind our fear’ for the women’s wear. Don’t forget to checkout Naomi Campbell in Red and blue skirt and zipper top. The diva looks stunning in this sporty casual look. Teamed with crisscross Platform heels most of the collection has Parachute material well accessorised with travellers bags, in tones of Black, violet and green.

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Pantone declarations for the coming season that the designers have followed are a  Mix of shades that ooze out vitality, Relaxation and the Great Outdoors. The top 10 colours are shades that are bright and vivid and to the ones that convey a sense of earthiness. Colours like Niagra, Primrose Yellow, Kale, Pink Yarrow, Flame, Lapis Blue and Greenery are the ones that majority have picked up.

A multihued floral Spring Summer 17 - Global Fashion Street

Patternbank on the other hand has oozed out some great prints in florals, graphics and even liquid colours. Some of the quirkier prints include ice creams, drinks and even tropical fishes!

A multihued floral Spring Summer 17 - Global Fashion Street

So, let’s get set for the summer party of 2017!

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Kiran Chopra

Kiran has been writing for the media for last 15 years and her interest areas include Fashion, Travel, Lifestyle & People. When not on job, she loves to make sculptures.

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