Bianca Jagger is your role model for spring 2011 fashion. Fluid ’70s mean sweeping floor-length stunners (maxi skirt, maxi dress), disco miniskirts, crop tops and wide-legged, flared trousers most commonly with a high-waisted cut.
Spring Summer 2011 collections: Derek Lam, Tory Burch
Decorative feather-trimmed dresses echo the old time Hollywood vogue (they are so lusciously classy!!!). I don’t imagine wearing feathers during the day. Glamorous feather gowns and dresses are dedicated to sophisticated parties and proms.
Spring Summer 2011 collections: Alexander McQueen, Chanel
Colours pop in spring 2011 fashion. Beautifully bright rainbow hues are mixed and matched with neons. Honeysuckle pink, cheerful marigold or a pantone blue curacao? Why not, sky is the limit!
Spring Summer 2011 collections: Giambattista Valli, Victoria Beckham
Mixed and matched eclectic prints went into arresting series and caused a fashion frenzy. Polka-dotts, plaid, paisley, florals, animal print, stripes and even…fruit! Prepare a serious dose of confidence and wear them all at once.
Spring Summer 2011 collections: Stella McCartney, John Galliano
Get your memories back to a countryside where you used to spend holidays. Capture the nature with a delicate yet not naive cut-out detailing, floral prints, lace, crochet and macrame. Arts-and-crafts is the keyword.
Spring summer 2011 collections: Dolce & Gabbana, Emilio Pucci
Punk fashion / biker chic
Military (AKA combat) style gets reinvented for the season. Choose: punk-rock edge featuring leather, ripped stockings, studs and safely pins versus biker chic with zipped sleeves, quilting detailing and leather pants. Combat boots are extra.
Spring summer 2011 collections: Burberry Prorsum, Balmain
A sister of the “underwear as outerwear” trend as seen in spring 2010. Inspired with 1990s’, string tie pants, silk jammies, kimonos, sarongs and other types of underpinnings are all the way to white and pastel. Sheer minimalism.
Spring summer 2011 collections: Donna Karan, Alexander Wang