• Tue. Jun 28th, 2022

Bianca Saunders SS23 Collection Defines Casual Chic

Jun 24, 2022

Bianca Saunders makes her sophomore Paris Fashion Week debut this Spring/Summer 2023 season with a collection that reframes traditional silhouettes with elevated technical signatures.

The collection continues to focus on tailored outerwear, seeing familiar pieces including the Lexxus jacket and convex hemmed bomber. Both feature Saunder’s trademark draped shoulders, which returned in coin green tromp l’oeil corduroy. Subtle details were scattered throughout the collection including the elongated coat in bonded gabardine and back cut features from silky jacquards. The casual-chic ideal informed the collection with its reversible long-sleeved twinsets and knit pullovers with attached necklines.

Pieces throughout the collection saw a hand-feel notion that gives the feeling that the clothes were molded to fit the body of the person wearing it. The trousers were a noteworthy design for this season’s collection, featuring a stiff bonded wool front, walking a fine line between being decorative and functional. Oversized and relaxed fits continue to inform this collection with comfort-focused turtlenecks and wide-leg trousers cut from satins to elevate everyday wear to red-carpet status.

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Elsewhere in fashion, Hed Mayner SS23 is a lesson in masterful layering.
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