Marni breaks the trend of usual Italian titillating collections with voluminous coats and heavy wool.
The coats were thick, with pops of colour. Navy teamed with fuchsia, grey teamed with green. The shoulders were wide and created a shapeless silhouette.
As with most designers this season, fur was a big feature. From being draped around the shoulders to full fur coats. we can safely buy all the fur that is now on sale in Topshop and ASOS and know it will still be on trend next Winter. Whoop!
Other than the bright pops of colour the main colours were muted; khaki, navy and white were frequently used. They worked and the collection came across as wearable rather than inspirational, like so many other collections.
On a side note, lets talk about the hair of Marni. I’m not fully sure why they went with a crazy wind swept look. The hair was smoothed down like a messy mullet. Odd, in my opinion. The make-up was keep minimal and fresh with thick eye brows.
My favourite looks from this show were the big thick coats and warm fur. This is mainly because I’m obsessed with being warm and these would definitely do the job!