You might think that springtime is the ideal time to rock some serious cleavage, but the Bottega Veneta Spring 2010 ready-to-wear collection at Milan Fashion Week proves that there are far more seductive areas to show off. Like the shoulders, for example.
While there was a great variety of fashions shown in the Bottega Veneta Spring 2010 ready-to-wear collection, what grabbed me most were the cleavage-hiding high-neck and asymmetrical dresses and separates. Set in bright neutrals, these fashions were elegant in that they didn’t let it all hang out.
Bottega Veneta Spring 2010 Ready-to-Wear Showcases the Shoulders
1. Shoulder-bearing Fashion - The trend of highlighting the shoulders over the cleavage offers new opportunities for designers to experiment with different cuts and embellishments to stand out in the fashion industry.
2. High-neck Dresses - The popularity of high-neck dresses and separates presents opportunities for retailers to cater to customers looking for a more conservative yet fashionable alternative to low-cut clothes.
3. Asymmetrical Clothing - The use of asymmetry in dresses and separates showcases a shift in fashion towards unconventional designs, presenting opportunities for designers to create unique pieces that break away from traditional fashion norms.
1. Fashion - Designers and retailers in the fashion industry can take advantage of this trend by exploring new avenues for designs that highlight the shoulders and offer higher neck options for their customers.
2. Retail - Retailers who cater to customers looking for more modest clothing options may find success in promoting high-neck dresses and separates as a fashionable alternative to low-cut clothing options.
3. Textile - Manufacturers in the textile industry who specialize in fabrics with drape and flow may find opportunities to supply materials for asymmetrical clothing designs that require more flexibility and movement.