The Spring/Summer 2016
Say goodbye to minimalism, now is the time for more, more, more. Ruffles, stripes, and lingerie-lace take center stage, and striking accessories complete the season's look. Discover the trends to love—and shop—now.
Bows, ruffles, and plenty of rose pink.
Rochas, Giambattista Valli's sister line Giamba, and Simone Rocha.
Don't be afraid to go bold with an oversized bow or cascading tiers of ruffles.
Less preppy, more art world chic.
Keep the silhouette clean but the stripes bold.
Brush up on names like Bridget Riley for a 360-degree approach to the trend.
THE STATEMENT EARRING
Dolce & Gabbana, Marni, Oscar de la Renta and Rosie Assoulin’s collaboration with her mother-in-law.
When Dolce & Gabbana introduced their coquettish fruit drops.
Make the look modern with barely-there makeup and pulled-back hair.
We loved Tibi’s sequin pleated dress the minute it appeared on the runway.
Candlelit dinners and casual soirées invite the look, but the beauty of this trend is that it works day or night.
No jewelry required—keep the look minimal for maximum impact.
Less Desperately Seeking Susan and more la dolce vita.
How to wear it:
It’s not about underwear s outerwear; instead, choose ready-to-wear that hints at what lies beneath.
Dolce & Gabbana’s ultra-femme lace bralette.
A bohemian take on Little House on the Prairie.
Trancoso, Lisbon, or Cuba—anywhere where breezy chic is welcomed.
By day, wear with a sharp fedora; by night, with heels and a jacket.
SHOP ALL SPRING SUMMER 2016 NOW
THE RETURN OF THE '90S
The Revival Piece:
The tie-dress is back, only now it’s digitally
printed—how fitting for the modern world.
The bodysuit—we love Rosie Assouline’s
modern take on the ballet staple.
Set the mood with ► "I Saw the Sign"
by Ace of Base, "Ironic" by Alanis Morissette,
"Show Me Love" by Robyn, and "Truly Madly Deeply"
by Savage Garden.