AND THE READY-TO-WEAR

The reason why I don't write reviews on the extraordinary fashion houses of Chanel, Hermès or Louis Vuitton this season is not because I don't find their originality visionary and inspiring as always but because I want to focus on the no less ravishing but practical ready-to-wear collections in this season's fashion weeks.

Here are a few of my most favorite looks from collections I found most intriguing.

3.1 Phillip Lim
New York
The biker's girlfriend moto jacket, leather heels and ragged shearling coats










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Acne
Paris
The photomontage print, stitch-like chain embellishment, riot of color and exaggeration of fabric






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Kenzo
Paris
The ancient Asian temples inspiration, multicolored grosgrain ribbons, crocodile jacquards, round volumed design and metallic gold madness












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Proenza Schouler
New York
The Balenciaga hinted round form jackets and the ultrasonic welded embroideries with a touch of pastel






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Lanvin
Paris
The floral appliquéd tracksuit, the winged insects encrusted top, men's oxfords and "love", "happy", "help" on thick gold chains






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Helmut Lang
New York
The Guggenheim's Picasso Black and White inspiration, leather-pony skin-silk combined geometry and the signature to-die-for leather jackets






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Rag & Bone
New York
The vintage flight suits obsession, "bon chic, bon genre" rubberized tweed jackets and houndstooth craziness






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Moschino
Milan
The Rossella Jardini's British ode, regal tartan jackets, oversized riding hat and absolutely breath-taking heels. 
There is no look in the collection that I don't madly love.
















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