Trend in Square Jackets

Every epoch and context has its own imaginary clothing. If in the’ 50s the irruption of figure type hand of Balenciaga barrel gave it volume to jackets and coats, during the’80s shoulder straps accent marked the same garment, with designers like Claude Montana or Thierry Mugler.

Through the latest runways, everything seems to indicate that the structure of box-shaped or square jackets will be that leave footprint in this decade.

The most recognized example seen through proposals for designers was the debut of Olivier Rousteing for Balmain. Its exquisite collection full of embroidery of pearls also had broad and short jackets on a marked square shape, which did not cease to be adapted for the winter 2012-2013 by brands such as Zara. Part of this new silhouette comes also from the past; the Decade of the ‘ 80s, within their various excesses, showed several examples in party sequined jackets, such as those who produced the mark Leslie Fay.

Versions for the spring season nor been expected; one of the most successful pairs of the current design, Proenza Schouler, led this structure through his most recent New York runway trends, where mixed silhouette with colorful jackets without sleeves and closure combinations.Balenciaga by Nicolas Ghesquière, printed you the way to cut tops without sleeves for collection spring summer 2012/2013. While others also include padded to mix textures, a look between sporty and stylish achieves this style that gradually will be breaking, such as sleeve dresses type layer, which form part of the favorites among several women.