With the London Fashion Week 2017 coming to an end, our minds are buzzing with excitement! From clean silhouettes, to billowing lace; we took notes on the looks that will create a ripple affect this year.
As exciting as lace dresses and chiffon blouses are, because of New York’s unforgiving weather, our attention immediately went to the plethora of knits that graced #LFW2017. Here are some of the looks that made our heads turn!
Delpozo’s artistic genius is undeniable. As they continue to take stylistic risks and successfully combine old world glam with modern edginess, this Spanish fashion house has chosen to work with celebrated embroidery atelier, Maison Lesage (now owned by Chanel) to bring expert craftsmanship and fashion forward style.
Victoria Beckham continues to be a force to be reckoned with in the fashion industry, and her 2017 ready-to-wear collection shows flair mixed with comfort. Fashion houses like Burberry, Marc Jacobs, Peter Pilotto and Victoria Beckham have all embraced the extra-long sleeve this season, which gives your ensemble a casual-chic feel.
Antonio Berardi’s exquisite Italian style and tailoring mixed with British high fashion is always a sight to behold on the runway. We love how he mixes and matches different fabrics and materials to create structured yet wearable pieces. This midnight blue ribbed-knit with keyhole front makes a bold yet understated statement.
As beautiful and comfortable knits are, they are very difficult to take care of at home. Wool stretches and damages easily, so machine washing the material will most likely ruin your favorite sweaters. The best way to preserve the color and quality of your woolen items is to get them dry cleaned. You may hand wash your knits, but if your items are stained, take them to an expert. Read more about our dry cleaning services here (https://jeevesny NULL.com/services/dry-cleaning/), and schedule a pickup here (https://jeevesny NULL.com/schedule-pick-up/)!