The AW17 runway was rife with layering in a myriad of ways - each designer brought their own interpretation of the styling to the table. Michael Kors created an ultra-feminine, delicate cognac ensemble that flaunted a simple aesthetic and possessed a high dose of luxury. Céline also showcased a monochrome outfit, but with a completely different vibe. The dark blue hue, blazer and coat combination, as well as the leather scarf, resulted in another kind of layering. A 'younger' example of the outfit trick is found throughout the entire collection of R13
. The designer captured the grunge aesthetic of the nineties and gave a contemporary update. For AW17, he styled a floral jumpsuit with a snow-white turtleneck that could be seen throughout the show, combined with almost all the designs. On the other side of the spectrum, there is Christian Wijnants
. He did not only play with different garments, combining trousers, a dress and a sweater in one look, but he also mixed various patterns. Wearing a striped, checkered and sequin fabric might not be the easiest kind of layering, but the maximalist approach is definitely one to consider this season.