In Italy, fashion week goers experimented with acid washes, oversized fits, body-hugging silhouettes and revealing cutouts.
Double denim was a popular look for women. A voluminous button-down shirt—buttoned just half way—was paired with matching loose jeans. A snap-front Western shirt was worn with slouchy vintage-looking jeans, cinched with a denim jacket around the waist. Trendy footwear like clear stiletto heels and square-toe white boots kept the Canadian tuxedos feeling new and fresh.
Fashion week goers demonstrated the versatility of acid wash pleated jeans by pairing the ’80s-inspired statement piece with strapped sandals, moto vests, one-shoulder sweaters and granny boots.
Likewise, straight fit jeans and mom jeans were paired with a mix of styles that spanned ’80s shoulder blazers and turtleneck tops, to Instagram-friendly bright pink knits and satin shoes.
Others played with proportions, indicating that streetwear still has legs in women’s wear. An elongated Trucker jacket was paired with a baggy tee, loose tie-dye jeans and chunky hiker boots, while a boxy denim vest was worn over a crinkled nylon puffer coat. A billowy white top was paired with barely there chopped-out jeans.
Hints of logo mania continued. A Fila logo tee was worn under an undone button-front denim dress. Meanwhile, men continued to personalize their jean jackets with colorful nostalgic patches.