With summer, music festivals arrive, first of all the popular California Coachella, which for some years has been making headlines as the coolest event of the spring. Apart from popular bands and pop stars, this now more than famous concert is also a wonderful opportunity to admire the most fashionable looks of the celebrities who come from all over the globe to show off super casual outfits, that in reality are extremely researched and ready to be copied. The new edition of the event, which will take place on the weekends of April 13-15 and 20-22, is no exception: clothes rule. The trend, as customary, brings us back to the legendary Seventies. This year, even the Spring-Summer 2018 catwalks proposed perfect dresses in line with this incredible decade that seem perfect for the Coachella Festival.
First of all Marco De Vincenzo who brings to the catwalk a combination of crop tops decorated with pearl perforated details and three-dimensional flowers and tight-fitting colourful, flared trousers. All completed with rigorous wedge sandals. Also Chloé proposes flared trousers, but in the shape of micro flower jumpsuits to be worn under a leather vest. A mood that finds a perfect balance between hippie style and modernity. Absolutely romantic, then, the flower and embroidery decorated mini dress by Zimmermann. In this case, it is mainly accessories that attract attention: long pendant necklaces, mono earring and straw belt bags, unexpectedly played down by immaculate sneakers. Legs are the protagonists also at Saint Laurent, that offers a rock’n’roll mix between an ample animal print shirt, leather shorts and gathered boots that seem to come straight out of Woodstock ’69.
And if Missoni focuses on transparencies in pastel shades for a fluid two-piece ensemble paired with a wide brimmed hat, Emilio Pucci celebrates the Seventies with a long, full, patchwork dress that shows off the typical prints that have become the symbol of the brand.