With the prevailing landscape of fashions emphasis on complication, Guy Laroche Spring 2017 explores a new modernity through a rebellious simplicity.
The house’s pioneering work in separates lays the collections foundation, with its emotional core influenced by the author Ottessa Moshfegh and the early work of Sofia Coppola.
Classic pieces such as the trench coat and wide leg trouser are twisted through the use of iridescent fabric, while a sense of deconstructed ease updates archival dresses, knitwear and a line skirts.
Embroideries of rings and ball chain invoke memories of a wayward youth, while the houses signature use of bold colour is redefined as saturated detailing.
The modern Guy Laroche woman expresses her freedom through confident nonconformity.