Philipp Plein’s pre-fall collection, with its abundance of hearts, seems to arrive just in time for Valentine’s Day. The traditional symbol of love was printed on chiffon mini-slipdresses and appeared as intarsia on a high-waisted knitted pencil skirt, while patches in the shape of tattoo-inspired hearts were stitched on denim pants and jackets. In keeping with the brand’s flamboyant, maximalist aesthetic, leather biker and bomber jackets, as well a shearling coat trimmed with fox fur, was decorated by bold embroideries and multicolor crystals enriched the skintight evening dresses showing sexy cutouts. Chubby dyed fox jackets, as well as a mink checkered bomber, offered a playful take on the classic fur outerwear.

By  on February 2, 2017

Philipp Plein’s pre-fall collection, with its abundance of hearts, seems to arrive just in time for Valentine’s Day. The traditional symbol of love was printed on chiffon mini-slipdresses and appeared as intarsia on a high-waisted knitted pencil skirt, while patches in the shape of tattoo-inspired hearts were stitched on denim pants and jackets. In keeping with the brand’s flamboyant, maximalist aesthetic, leather biker and bomber jackets, as well a shearling coat trimmed with fox fur, was decorated by bold embroideries and multicolor crystals enriched the skintight evening dresses showing sexy cutouts. Chubby dyed fox jackets, as well as a mink checkered bomber, offered a playful take on the classic fur outerwear.

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