Following the pandemic-induced hiatus, real life fashion month finally returned and ushered in a season that was a breath of fresh air for luxury women’s fashion. Gone was the pared-down minimalism that dominated the luxury womenswear trend cycle for so long, and in its wake the resurgence of full-on glamour fashion. Iconic fashion design in an explosion of texture, volume, movement, and color. Here is the Ivan Young round up of the best timeless trends the season had to offer and how to shop them with our signature style.
Nothing evokes luxe and poise quite like silk adornment. The appearance is in itself fluid and glossy and never fails to summon a look of classiness. A collection of which employs 100 percent Mulberry silk as principle, the Luxury Silk Collection from IVAN YOUNG combines the feminine, chic, vibrant and polished to bring you one-of-a-kind pieces and versatile affordances.
Sophisticated, elegant, and ethereal – the basic cornerstones to every IVAN YOUNG luxury designer piece. Being an international brand from Malaysia that prides itself on retailing only the most premium masterpieces, our collections include ones of womenswear, shoes and accessories.
A quick glance at our Signature Collection would be a conspicuous enough example of our delicate and decadent style. Inspiration behind this collection stemmed from blissful women of the world and the desire for them to completely indulge via fashion, which is why, such as the many of our other collections, much thought has been put into it in terms of the choice of material utilised as well as the detailing and construction process.
The hype for monochrome outfits has been at an all time high. And for that, we get it, the allure of uniformity speaks for itself. More than that, seamless canvases of colour emanate power and sophistication aplenty.
Ever-evolving, bridal fashion has moved past glamorising puffy A-line wedding gowns as staples. Modern brides of today are increasingly cutting back on unnecessary fluff to flaunt bridal attires that speak true to their identity and style. The wedding attires, however, are far from basic.