Italian brand Bally, known for their footwear, offered up a sporty Spring/Summer 2018 collection that was rooted in the 70s.



RUNWAY: Bally SS18

Tailored clothing was a the center of Kiton's SS18 collection, offering sleek silhouettes and a more relaxed cut. Fabrics like seersucker and linen offered ease and breathability for the summer suits while pops of color on a jacket or a floral patterned shirt lit up the collection.



RUNWAY: Kiton SS18

There was a duality to Facetasm's Spring/Summer 2018 collection, seen in the dueling fight for dominance between hard and soft, slim and oversized and so on.



RUNWAY: Facetasm SS18

Is heaven a 70s inspired collection of oversized clothes with clashing patterns and quirky details like fringed shoes or voluminous shorts that allows a view of what's underneath? Could be, according to Andrea Pompilio's latest collection.



RUNWAY: Andrea Pompilio SS18

Italian label Canali's tailoring skills are on display in their Spring/Summer 2018 lookbook, featuring sharp suits, sportswear that utilizes classic fabrics in new and lightweight ways while footwear was decidedly sportier, with rubber soles and the shape of a sneaker.



RUNWAY: Canali SS18

Corneliani opted out of a runway show and instead took appointments to see their succinct Spring/Summer 2018 collection. The Italian label, known for their sharp suits, nary had a tie in the collection. Instead there were silk scarves tied around the neck, softening the relaxed tailoring even more and adding a touch of femininity.



RUNWAY: Corneliani SS18

The school setting Danshan utilized for its SS18 complemented the collection's youthful bend and play on proportion.



RUNWAY: Danshan SS18

There is such beauty in the simplicity and ease of Officine Generale's Spring/Summer 2018 collection. The soft layers, most in monochrome, conveyed a nonchalance and focus on relaxed proportions that this collection seemed eternal.



RUNWAY: Officine Generale SS18

Palomo Spain's entertaining runway shows are a spectacle and highlights the joie-de-vivre of the collection. The gender bending fashion and fearlessness of the clothes and their wearers make this label one to watch in the ever-growing and evolving sub-industry within fashion focused on gender identity and its demand for representation.



RUNWAY: Palomo Spain SS18