Alessandro Michele chose this blazer to open Gucci's Spring '17 show. Reflective of his obsession with collecting vintage pieces and fabrics, it's tailored from checked wool-blend tweed with exaggerated '70s lapels. It turns to reveal a characterful appliqué surrounded by embroidered lettering - a reference to an annual party held for punk guitarist Johnny Ramone at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in LA. Style it exactly like the show with this pink shirt.
Givenchy's dress perfectly encapsulates Creative Director Riccardo Tisci's talent for mixing masculine and feminine elements. Tailored from breathable white cotton-poplin, this shirt-inspired style has a peplum ruffle at the waist and pleats through the skirt for volume. Wear it with simple heels or boy-borrowed flats.
Georgia Alice takes an inventive approach to volume and tailoring with its 'Perret' pants. Cut from striped cotton - inspired by classic men's shirting - they have a comfortable elasticated waistband and generous wide leg. Wear yours with a deconstructed blouse or simple T-shirt.