7 non-festival festival looks
We’re calling it: festival dressing is over. Instead, it’s all about outfits that wouldn’t look out of place in the city – whether you’re in the middle of a muddy field or in the desert. Just add storm goggles. See 7 key pieces to consider now…
PHOTOGRAPHY CARIN BACKOFF AT CLM. STYLING MARK VASSALLO. MODELS NALEYE DOLMANS AT IMG MODELS AND YERIM KO AT MILK MANAGEMENT. HAIRSHIORI TAKAHASHI AT STREETERS. MAKEUP DANIEL SALLSTROM AT CLM.
The reworked polo
Quadrophenia meets Cape Cod in the form of Y/Project’s polo-neck bodysuit. It shouldn’t work – but the Modish-Hampton’s hybrid is totally on the money.
The trench coat has kept its head above water since the sixties. Knotting khaki renditions over Saint Laurent’s exposed-mesh dress (and adding a flaming-red cowboy boot) is the way to do it.
The hybrid dress
Couture-led proportions, punchy colour combos and fuss-free faux layering, all courtesy of a puffball dress. Marine Serre can do no wrong.
The retro romper
Fresh from the racetrack of France’s Autodrome de Linas-Montlhéry, Miu Miu’s high-octane playsuit requires little in the way of styling – Manokhi checkerboard belt bag, anyone?
The logo crop
Splashy logos on athletic crops – who knew the crossroads between Italian aristocracy and billboard ads could work?
The show jacket
Hawaiian + utility + tiger print = no one nails summer’s mash-up mood like Prada.
Make it memorabilia
Princess Diana was Virgil Abloh’s muse for spring. Her most photographed eighties and nineties looks reconditioned an Off-White streetwear classic.