5 Must-Have for Spring Summer 2016

5 Must-Have for Spring Summer 2016


5 Must-Have for Spring Summer 2016

by Gabriele Paceviciute

Here you have 5 (ok maybe 6 :-)) must-have for your Spring/Summer 2016…click the links to get more info and eventually buy the items online!

JW Anderson

JW Anderson (full name Jonathan William Anderson) is a provocative ready-to-wear designer, celebrated for his androgynous aesthetic. Designer explore the relationship between male and female with his all collections. Irish-born designer Jonathan Anderson has also been made creative director of Spanish luxury leather brand Loewe. “I love Spanish culture. I like the ceramics there. I love the colour tone. They have had some of the greatest artists, like Picasso,“ he said.



Demna Gvasalia the Georgian designer who is the lead talent behind the collective that creates the Vetements label – has been appointed the creative director of Balenciaga. Vatements is a design collective comprising Demna, his brother Guram and five other friends. The label launched in 2014 based on the idea of urban cultures, the internet, everyday life on the streets and a modern wardrobe without seasonal themes.


Emilio Pucci

Emilio Pucci, Marchese di Barsento, was a Florentine Italian fashion designer. He and his eponymous company are synonymous with geometric prints in a kaleidoscope of colours. Pucci was driven by the desire to liberate women, granting them unprecedented freedom of movement.Emilio Pucci has announced that its new creative director will be Massimo Giorgetti. He issued a press release emphasizing the house’s history “a lifestyle that expresses freedom, boldness, youth . . . luxury and sophistication with humor and innovation” in line with their new designer’s ethos, as well as Giorgetti’s “declaration of intention.”


Anya Hindmarch and Chiara Ferragni

Anya Hindmarch and  Chiara Ferragni makes some pop in fashion area. Anya quintessentially British accessories designer founded her label in 1987, and has gone on to become bywords for craftsmanship and quiet elegance; the designer’s signature aesthetic marries discreet detailing with exquisite materials. Chiara is a blogger, TheBlondeSalad.com, she collaborates with major Fashion Houses too, appears in the most read magazines and she is the creative director of her shoe line which is entirely Made in Italy. Chiara has been named by Business of Fashion as one of the most influential personalities of the international fashion world.




Former schoolmates and Givenchy collaborators Alexis Martial and Adrien Caillaudaud have been named artistic directors of Carven. It’s unusual, of course, for a fashion to have two artistic directors at the creative lead, but for different talents —Martial in womenswear, Caillaudaud in accessories — are diverse and complimentary. “When I first met with Alexis and Adrien and we shared our vision of women, fashion and Carven, I immediately knew they were the perfect match for Carven,” Carven CEO Henri Sebaoun.