Sleeves were quite a big thing on the Fall-Winter ’17 runways.
Over the past seasons we’ve been witnessed an interest for them and a gradual extension, in some cases an exaggerated and outsized extension both in menswear and womenswear collections.
Apart from the length of the sleeves, this attention to this aspect of the garments has taken the designers to focus on it and the results have been outstanding.
Ports 1961‘s key piece for the next Fall ’17 is the one shoulder dress with one long sleeve.
Patchwork sleeves for Maison Margiela, designed by John Galliano. The desiger used different fabrics on the same sleeve to create a decontructed effect.
Chanel sparkling sleeves are a precious detail on the hyper-futuristic garments designed by Karl Lagerfeld.
Miuccia Prada’s love for fur was evident in her last collection for Miu Miu: furry shoulders and sleeves.
Cristiano Burani created outstanding and colorful sleeves. The oversized and playful wool sweaters are the protagonists of the collection.
Carolina Herrera designed an elegant Fall-Winter ’17 collection. Refined details make the creations classy, yet fresh.