With almost all of the Covid-19 restrictions lifted, dating is returning to normalcy, and you can go out of your way to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Whether it is your first date or your 10th date, your fashion style must level up. Here are some runway ideas on how to pull a look together
Knock him off his chair in an outfit by Fendi. This season, the designs feature “the lightness, fluidity and attitude of today,” says Kim Jones, Fendi's artistic director of couture and womenswear. The collection is light in the choice of fabrics but goes heavy on draping as designs keep all the elements in place, such as lace and hand-pleating motifs.
The woman who loves to love will wear Loewe’s collection confidently. For this season, the anthurium flower is in focus and perfect for Valentine’s Day, and the look is described as having the same erotic tension and precision as the flower.
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For Spring 23, Manolo Blahnik turns to the romantic allure of Elizabeth Taylor and the Mod era of the 1960s with prints of flora and fauna. Classic styles are reimagined in bright colours with embroidery highlights.
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Charles & Keith
Go green with this Semi-Circle Crossbody bag that collaborates with Singapore Airlines (SIA), where items are reworked from materials gathered from retired aircraft. Items use leather made from SIA’s Business Class seats.
Get edgy with the Knuckle Clutch with cosmic rain, shooting star and crystal shard embroidery.
Kate Spade New York
Love the Big Apple? Celebrate it with graphic designs, streamlined shapes mimicking nostalgic ribbon candy, and jewellery inspired by the hardware of this season’s handbags. It comes in a heart shape, perfect for Valentine’s Day.