It was an irresistible fashion synchronicity that Schiaparelli showed on Sunday, focusing on the black, gold and bone wh…

It was an irresistible fashion synchronicity that Schiaparelli showed on Sunday, focusing on the black, gold and bone white that coloured his couture collection in July, which was all part of making that group of spectacularly challenging looks accessible to a wider audience.

On Sunday Pierpaolo Piccioli settled on pink, a colour everyone has a preconception about, for his Valentino show. Piccioli enlisted techno-seer Douglas Coupland to compose a testimonial to the magical power of pink. This is what he came up with. “Intrinsically modern.” “Unnatural.” “A winning lottery ticket.” And how about “Pink is the mother who will always forgive you?”

On Monday morning, Chitose Abe showed pannier and bustle silhouettes for her Sacai collection. Like the show-opener: Julia Nobis in a ribbed silk tank paired with a bifurcated overskirt like huge panniered pants. It was the most exaggerated tomboy look you could ever wish for.

Swipe through to discover some of the looks from Daniel Roseberry’s Schiaparelli, Pierpaolo Piccioli’s Valentino and Chitose Abe’s Sacai. See the full collections and review by BoF’s editor-at-large Tim Blanks on BoF. [Link in bio]

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