Prada (above right) :At Prada, Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons presented a new menswear standard that added glitz to practical clothing. Consider a shirt and pair of pants made of high-gloss leather that combine practicality and elegance and look like they belong in a boiler suit.The colour wheel: Dries Van Noten – A new beauty line from fashion designer Dries Van Noten has lipsticks in 30 daring hues including bright magenta, pumpkin orange, and an intensely saturated crushed raspberry shade dubbed Latin Carmine.Coloring: Celine:HediSlimane’s era at the Parisian house has come to be symbolised by the Triomphe monogram on Celine. Here, it adorns the most recent version of the “Triomphe” handbag, which was updated this season with fluffy shearling that was tie-dyed for a striking appearance.Alaa is the tipping point.FeatsBelow zero: Hermès.This sheepskin-lined parka by Hermès, designed to envelop its wearer through the winter months, is part of a menswear collection that saw creative director VéroniqueNichanian encapsulate moments of ‘joy and softness, effervescence and elegance’.
Dior- 0’s creative director Maria GraziaChiuri gave the opera glove a high-octane update this season, recalling motocross riders and video-game racers with an elbow-length motorcycle glove in vivid panels of coloured leather. Blow up: Loewe -A balloon creates tension, it will pop,’ says Jonathan Anderson of the Perspex balloons that provided a surreal flourish to his Loewe collection, whether squeezed between sandal straps or forming this bra, sitting atop a balloon-printed gown. Call of the wild: Boucheron -Boucheron’s creative director Claire Choisne looked to the natural world for high jewellery collection Ailleurs – the ‘FeuillageDiamant’ cuff features aluminium strands woven around a green tourmaline as if they were blades of grass.