FROM SEDUCTIVE BEDROOM INTIMATES TO SLINKY RUNWAY PIECES AND STRAIGHT INTO DAYTIME APPROPRIATE BOUDOIR STAPLES, SPRING’S MOST LUSCIOUS FORECAST TRANSLATES SENSUAL INNERWEAR INTO OUTERWEAR.
Spring fever hit the runways before it even started. Romantic intimates were equipped with a daytime potential that fulfilled our most exciting dreams. What used to be underneath can now be worn from desk-to-drinks. Delicate lingerie in black and white, using essentially silk and lace comes to live at Givenchy. Slinky nightwear goes along with delicate camisoles and comfortably chic dressing gowns that can easily be brought from bedroom to the streets. Alber Elbaz introduced his refined vision of the Lanvin girl wearing a puffy cocktail dress wheras The Row has pure and sensitive pajama-inspired looks. Céline’s lace-trimmed lingerie gowns have a somewhat sporty touch whilst Dolce & Gabbana introduce full-blown boudoir styles. Haider Ackermann experiments with vibrant hues for his camisoles and even Alexander Wang interrupts his straight-off-the-streets collection for a from-bedroom-to-runway nightgown. If this didn’t prove enough that undergarments are the new basics then there is still the fact, that this season’s voluptuous proposition is just too good to keep under lock in the bedroom.