Max Mara expresses the benchmark in modern fashion – leggings – for their comfort and attraction, with a matching corset top to throw us back to some nostalgic Dita Von Teese sweet ’n’sultry corset lingerie. Whether it’s for a casual latte, to run some errands or an afternoon jog, nobody could ever tell.
Thierry Mugler works the get-on-the-motorcycle look. Intense contrasts in colors, blacks and whites and matte finishes bring out the bad girl in you on an “any-day” basis.
2017 never fails to bring back 90’s fashion into our wardrobes. Philip Plein tracksuits bring a little Hip Hop bling into sportive, and integrates money-green with plenty of faux gold accessories and some Pilot sunglasses into the theme.
Versace curled and pleated dresses highlight the unique abundance of curves and edges that every woman could have. Metallic purple and iridescent grass-green bring back 80s stereo culture into couture.
Motocross-inspired Versace rocks an energetic spectrum of colors on blousons and windbreakers, mixed with geometrically digitalized checkerboard patterns - infused with plenty of street-style attitude and appetite.
Moving away from Versace’s edginess, DKNY sweatshirts and trackpants give us the warm feel on the inside, taking us back into our comfort zones. Loosely-fit and calming greys keep sweatshirts in “laid-back clothing” status.
Lacoste sweater dresses aren’t only cool for the summer, but also mean femme, style and “sportif” – and you don’t even have to hassle yourself into wearing pants! These babies are a pull-out-the-closet and wear-on.