What You Loved in 2017: Feathers and Fluff

Artwork by Elizabeth Henson

From Prada’s much-coveted marabou trim to Céline’s shearling and leather totes

Following a resurgence of feathered and fluffy clothing on the runways over the last few seasons – courtesy of Prada, Balenciaga, Marques’Almeida and Saint Laurent, to name a few – it’s hardly surprising that such pieces have proven immensely popular on @anotherloves too. Opulent and impractical in equal measure, the luxury of donning a camisole, scarf, skirt or pair of shoes trimmed with whimsical marabou or indulgent shearling is second to none. These textured items of clothing and accessories were especially adored in rosy hues: from pale pastels to deep fuchsias, pink and plumed was a winning combination. To carry the trend into 2018 (and crucially, to stay warm until the onset of spring), turn to Céline for its part-leather part-furry-leopard-print handbag, Simone Rocha’s downy trimmed blouses, and vintage Chanel hand muffs, naturally.

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