Off the runway: Gucci SS18

Gucci opened Milan Fashion Week with a bold and quirky collection that sang of confidence and creativity. Designer Alessandro Michele blended futuristic metallic tones with retro prints and sparkling embellishments turning to friend Sir Elton John as his muse throughout the collection. Rock-glam came alive on the catwalk as strong shoulder detailing, frills and glitter stole the show, while candy colours of orange, pink and fuchsia asserted themselves as the palette of the season.

For the child-at-heart, Disney-inspired prints flaunting Snow White and Bugs Bunny take the cake, but if simple style is more your thing, Gucci’s SS18 collection covers that too; tailored suiting, crew-neck sweaters and silky slips made multiple appearances. Check out our favourite looks from the range below.


Off the runway: White Noise

This year’s London Fashion Week was a white-out, with the Spring/Summer 2018 runways dominated by the colour. Strong, structured lines and flowing sheer fabrics highlighted the versatility of white, which can be worn just about anywhere. Here are a few of our favourite looks from the week.