Including to-die for prints
The show attracted the usual crowd of celebrities, international press and influencers, such as Johanna Klum, Frauke Ludowig, Iris Berben, Lena Meyer-Landrut, Janina Uhse and Victoria Swarowski. Guests mingled for cocktails and champagne, before heading into the industrial venue for the show.
The audience was treated to a catchy performance by Israeli pop indie duo Lola Marsh, before models were sent down the catwalk to present the collection.
Creative director Karin Veit excelled herself with a collection inspired by a private garden (guests were given the cutest gardening gloves, trowels and seeds in their goodie bags). There were eye-catching floral prints of course, mixed in with animal and tropical prints for good measure.
There were heavy seventies and eighties influences, with a focus on floaty fabrics and masculine tailoring, but with a modern update. Here are five trends we’re definitely adding to our wardrobe now.
Pop of colour
Wallflowers, abstain, next summer will be all about acid colours and touches of neon. We love this bright coral, paired with the boot of the season, in thigh high neon of course.
70s flower power
The 70s trend is having a bit of a makeover. Think bohemian styles with touches of neon, paired with oversized accessories. Just look at that belt!
For summer, denim gets a softer update. Think loose masculine tailoring, elevated with broderie anglaise tops and velour bows to add a feminine touch.
Thought layering was just for winter? Think again! They key to nailing this look is opting for lighter fabrics, in a palette of pastel shades. Here, the model’s crop trousers and embroidered blouse are made all the more exciting thanks to a corset belt and striped belt.
Have fun mixing textures too, we love the woven accessories.
We’re all for androgynous fashion here at Marie Claire, which is why we’re so in love with this well thought-out look. Notice how the oversized trousers are balanced by the feminine floral blouse and French braid.
All we can say is Marc Cain has got itself another winning collection. Bravo.