#1: The Bath Robe
A trench or any other coat for spring is a cliché. A lounge robe? That’s a game changer – it’s more effortless and less of a snooze. Riccardo Tisci opted for languid silk robes over wide legged trousers and silk and lace tops. At Thakoon and Creatures of Comfort, the look takes a street edge and paired with sporty separates.
#2: Bare shoulders + Sleeves
It’s not a tube, not quite an off-shoulder top. Whatever this hybrid is called, the shoulder-baring style is Man Repeller-chic. In short, it’s cool.
#3: Cut-Out Shoulders
See Point 2 above? Think of this as a peek-a-boo, not-in-your-face take on next season’s erogenous spot: the shoulders.
They’re not exactly the real deal. But the patchwork print gives a new boho spin to the whole thrift shop/granny chic movement that took off in Fall/Winter ’15.
#5 That ’90s Denim Wash
It’s the hue we often associate with mom jeans, but this time round, they’re on upgraded silhouettes like Derek Lam’s darted wide-legged pants and Alexander Wang’s column skirt.
#6 Statement bags
Victoria Beckham’s won the first round of statement accessories for this Fashion Week circuit. Hers come in the form of these ginormous saddle bags that bring to mind Chanel’s giant hula hoop purses a few seasons ago.
Main image: Lea Colombo (All from Showbit.com)
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