Flight of fancy: why feathers are your most fashionable friend this season
Feathers are all over the catwalk this season
Designers gave fashion a lighter touch this season with feathers offering a whimsical textured appeal. Feathers were seen all over the major catwalks of London, Paris, New York and Milan with plumed ensembles providing a touch of extravagance to sleek tailoring.
Marc Jacobs, Roksanda, Mary Katrantzou, Erdem, Proenza Schouler and so many more championed plumage in multiple forms - some extravagant and some more subtle. Valentino added delicate texture by edging many of their dresses with a wispy trim. In New York Marc Jacobs covered ballgowns in luxurious feathers, while in London Roksanda presented them in a splash of vibrant colour. Elsewhere they were used for delicate decoration.
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Of course, you can't talk about feathers in fashion terms without mentioning old-school feather boas as seen at Michael Kors. Feather accessories are also a key piece this season - for footwear inspiration, look no further than Saint Laurent.
Lily Rose Depp is stepping out of her parents’ shadows and doing it in style. She loves some Chanel and her matching two-piece feels fresh and quite young when styled with block heels.
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Feathered goods are in abundance on the highstreet - look out for boyfriend jeans trimmed in feathers that will amp up a basic white tee.
Off-white 'Arrow Hazard' sneakers,€300, Brown Thomas