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Embrace Pre-Fall 2017’s Maximalist Trend Without Looking Kitsch

  • By Belda Chung
Embrace Pre-Fall 2017’s Maximalist Trend Without Looking Kitsch

The return of maximalism sees designers such as Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana piling on prints and decorative elements in a fanciful yet tasteful manner. This Pre-fall 2017, we take inspiration from the extreme end of the style spectrum with these statement pieces. 

Dolce & Gabbana - Urban Backpacker

Urban Backpacker

Bored of that conventional backpack? Dolce & Gabbana offers an exceptionally tropical haversack design to break up the monotony of a basic outfit.

Emporio Armani- Fancy Satorialist

Fancy Satorialist

Looking to liven up your casual off-duty ensembles? Emporio Armani’s forest-pattern leather lace ups are sure to spiff up your weekend tee-and-jeans get-up.

 

 

Fendi- Check-mate

Check-mate

Fendi takes a contemporary yet timeless approach on a must-have accessory. The composition of geometric shapes and complementary shades give this scarf a fresh twist. 

 

Givenchy- Camo Effect

Camo Effect

An innovator of luxury streetwear, Givenchy takes the humble necktie and updates the classic staple with a slim cut and an edgy military-inspired pattern.

 

Lanvin- Pocket Party

Pocket Party

Add diversity to your staple suits: this Lanvin style is not only distinguished by a fine polka dot print, it’s also colour-blocked so you can always change things up.

 

 

Prada- Fashion Utilitarian

Fashion Utilitarian

Prada’s playful Saffiano leather bracelet features bright hues, an eye-catching pattern and a sporty elastic strap – sure to satisfy the most eclectic of tastes.

Gucci- Romantic Voyageur

Romantic Voyageur

Gucci redefines the notions of fashionable travel with this embellished luggage piece that features thematic, embroidered patches on the house’s iconic monogram.