Sheer Paneling Was A Main Point of MFW Day 3 Shows

#MFW Day Three Recap: Sheer Paneling Will Be Back Next Spring

MFW Spring/Summer 2015 - Versace - Catwalk

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Just when we thought sheer paneling was over and done, designers are bringing it back next spring. Blumarine is known for it’s floral prints, embroidery and sheer pieces so it came to no surprise when almost every model walked the catwalk baring skin. The collection, filled with embroideries, sequin and jacquard, was inspired by artist Martial Raysse and is as feminine as it could get.

Another not so surprising collection filled with sheer pieces was Giamba, which is an offspring of Giambattista Valli’s signature collection. He’s pretty much a master at showing briefs and bras under dresses, skirts and tops. We’d be silly to think that he’d treat his Giamba debut collection any different than his signature line. Other than the sheer clothing, embellishments and short frocks, we’re also obsessing over the polka dot tights and platform sandals that each model wore making this another ultra feminine collection, perfect for the everyday girly girl.

Take a look below to see how other designers incorporated sheer paneling into their spring collections including Versace, Missoni and more.


MFW Spring/Summer 2015 - Blumarine - Catwalk

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MFW Spring/Summer 2015 - Giamba - Catwalk

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MFW Spring/Summer 2015 - Missoni - Catwalk

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MFW Spring/Summer 2015 - Versace - Catwalk

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Les Copains

MFW Spring/Summer 2015 - Les Copains - Catwalk

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