Marco De Vincenzo Fashion for Women
This season's glamorous take on slippers transcends the bedroom. Marco de Vincenzo's babouche-esque style sandals are crafted in Italy from woven rose-gold leather and fasten with a slender ankle strap. Wear them after dark as a refreshing alternative to heels.
Cascading ruffles like the ones that decorate this teal-green pencil skirt defined Marco de Vincenzo's SS17 runway collection. It's expertly crafted in Italy with ruched side panels and falls to a shin-grazing hem with four decorative black grosgrain ribbons. Save it for a dinner party styled with the coordinating top and modern mules
Marco de Vincenzo's boots are covered in hundreds of Swarovski crystals, so naturally they look incredible when filmed with the cult Kirakira+ app. This pair has been made in Italy from leather and finished with a black satin bow at the toe. The deliberately undone side zips - a signature of the latest collection - frame sections of clear PVC and create a slightly flared shape at the ankle.
Few pumps are more perfect for the party season than this Marco de Vincenzo pair. Resting upon a 110mm stiletto, they're made from plush black velvet flecked with glitter, and the pointed silver leather toe is completely covered in sparkling crystals. The iconic braided strap wraps around the cutout d'Orsay sides.
Marco de Vincenzo's AW16 collection is defined by eye-popping colour and strokably soft textures. This punchy red silk-blend shirt is covered in diagonal fil coupé stripes and contrasted with a smooth silk-satin placket to streamline the silhouette. Tuck it into kick-flare trousers for a fun evening look.
Marco de Vincenzo's pink velvet ankle boots are a stunning showcase of the label's more-is-more design ethos. They're outlined with ruffled ribbons and a neat black bow and elevated on a sleek stiletto heel. Maximise the impact with a colour-clashing top.
Marco de Vincenzo's plaited sandals are a street-style favourite. This flamingo-pink velvet pair is made in Italy and offset with a thin buckle-fastening ankle strap and stiletto heel. Give them the attention they deserve with midi dresses and ankle-grazing trousers.
Plucked straight from the AW16 runway Marco de VIncenzo's navy velvet ankle boots are one of the finest statement pieces of the season. Navy ruffled ribbons outline the silhouette while a pretty black bow sits over the toes. Watch them bring a whole new feel to an elegant jewel-tone midi dress.
Marco de Vincenzo's artistic silhouettes stem from the designer's love for colour. New for Pre-AW16 this midi dress has a figure-flattering shape that's crafted from a rainbow-striped metallic-fibre knit - the perfect choice for after-dark events. It has a retro feel that's best matched to a pair of velvet platform sandals.
These beige floral-brocade trousers arrive straight from Marco de Vincenzo's SS16 runway. They're cut from a silk and cotton-blend with a high waist and bootcut legs and detailed with solid black stripes along the length for a contemporary edge. Stay true to the label's more-is-more attitude and team them with colour-pop partners.
This mini skirt is an exemplary showcase of Marco de Vincenzo's technical ability. The heavy crepe base is covered in tiers of swishing black fringing with flashes of metallic-grey and silver to amp up the party vibes. Emulate the label's exuberant styling and team it with a statement blouse and sky-high heels.
Marco de Vincenzo's Resort-2016 collection revolves around textured silhouettes. This white crepe mini skirt is cut to sit high on the waist and is decorated with four tiers of ivory fringing with glittering metallic-grey and multicoloured stripes that will swish and catch the light as you move. Ground the look with a semi-sheer black blouse.
Marco de Vincenzo is synonymous with decorative silhouettes. This charcoal-grey wool sweater has four rows of colourful grosgrain bows that sweetly accentuate the V-neck as well as dropped shoulders to heighten the laid-back oversized shape. Try it for dinner dates with flared trousers and colour-pop sandals.
Plucked straight from Marco de Vincenzo's Resort-2016 collection this rainbow-striped sleeveless dress is destined for the dance floor. Metallic threads ensure a light-reflecting shimmer while a partially pleated skirt promises movement. Just add vertiginous heels - a poppy-red pair is perfect.
Trust Marco de Vincenzo to tackle the new season's touchably soft textures with an off-kilter edge. This black silk-blend midi skirt is finished with a floral-cloqué design and citrus-green velvet that highlights the waist-defining box pleat. Take your styling cue from the runway and pair it with sleek leather boots.
Marco de Vincenzo's black silk and cotton-blend boootcut jacquard trousers are perfect for grounding the most exuberant pieces of the designer's SS16 runway collection. They have a streamlined fit and are detailed with a tonal side stripe from the waist to hem. Team them with a statement coat and fluffy shoes to mirror the label's exact styling.
Fringing was one of the key embellishments Marco de Vincenzo used to elevate the silhouettes on his SS16 runway. This black top is a classic example cut from crepe-georgette and sliced with a V-neck. Elevate the look with a pair of the label's Japanese-inspired trousers.
Marco de Vincenzo's light-pink and yellow striped roll-neck sweater couldn't fail to command attention on the label's AW16 runway. It's spun from a chunky ribbed-knit wool to an oversized asymmetric silhouette - the hem is cut longer at the front and finished with side slits to ensure easy layering. Try it over a feminine maxi skirt.
Work Marco de Vincenzo's artful aesthetic with this black and yellow ribbed-knit sweater. It's shaped for a slim fit with a high roll neck and precisely panelled to flatter the figure. Style it with a sweeping midi skirt - the label's velvet-trimmed design makes a compelling option.
Slip into Marco de Vincenzo's black georgette dress for guaranteed after-dark impact. It's densely pleated for weightless movement and spliced with silk-crepe panels in Resort 2017's key floral print. Keep the handkerchief hemline in focus against bare legs and ground with rebellious block-heeled boots.
Marco de Vincenzo's dazzling use of colour takes centre stage on this voluminous midi skirt. A perfect party piece it's striped in shades of green and pink and shot through with metallic threads for a glittering finish. Go bold with a colour-pop shirt or tone things down with a tucked-in grey sweater.
Marco de Vincenzo's technical nous takes centre stage in this black and lavender-purple sweater. It's neatly ribbed to enhance the two-tone effect and contrasted with a fine-knit black intarsia front panel. Style it over a host of new-season separates: kick-flare trousers will work especially well.
Marco de Vincenzo's black red and yellow floral-print trousers showcase his creative flair and precise tailoring. They're immaculately cut with wide legs that hit above the ankles and detailed with hidden buttons along the cuffs - unfasten them for a little extra edge. Use the cropped length to frame a pair of statement sandals.
The laid-back approach of Marco de Vincenzo's SS18 collection features this pink cardigan from the runway. It's crafted in Italy from a striped metallic-knit to a V-neck long-sleeved shape with ruffled cuffs. The loose-fitting silhouette is accentuated by the dropped shoulder seams and longline cut. Wear it with tailored trousers for a modern twist for dinner dates.
This pink Marco de Vincenzo shirt exudes an uninhibited sense of femininity. Italian-made from lightweight silk it's shaped with a point collar a concealed button-down front and ladylike bow fastenings at the neckline and cuffs. Try it with a tonal ensemble for statement sweetness.
Marco de Vincenzo is celebrated for his more-is-more approach to design and this sky-blue and cream dégradé jacket is one of SS16's most striking picks. A feat of meticulous craftsmanship it's covered in laser-cut fringing and shaped to a simple boxy silhouette. Wear it with pastel-hued pieces for a sweet result.
This silk-crepe dress is testament to Marco de Vincenzo's talent for punchy pattern. New for Pre-AW17 it's printed with a paintbox-bright Chaos design and cut to a long-sleeved silhouette with pearlised buttons that accent the stand collar chest and waist. Ground the dizzying design with jet-black accessories - think a structured leather bag and stiletto-heeled sandals.
Marco de Vincenzo is revered for his maximalist approach to colour and print and this ivory silk-satin shirt shows just why. It's patterned with a jade-green and burgundy Painterly design and accented with four black metal buttons that run from the point collar. Watch it really pop against chic black trousers.
The simple cut of Marco de Vincenzo's lightweight silk-crepe shirt leaves all eyes on the arresting multicoloured Chaos print. Tailored in Italy it flows into a loose silhouette with a sharp point collar for smart contrast. Tuck it into the coordinating skirt for head-to-toe impact or tone things down with a pair of black culottes.
The multicoloured 1970s-inspired leopard print featured across this black silk-georgette cami top appears across a number of looks in Marco de Vincenzo's Resort 2018 collection. It's made in Italy to a relaxed fit with skinny shoulder straps that cross over at the back and is trimmed with caramel-brown and burgundy embroidered lace. Try contrasting it against satin trousers in a neutral hue.
Marco de Vincenzo looks to the eccentric works of 1970s designer Walter Albini for Resort 2018 and this metallic-silver and brown sequin-embellished crepe skirt is the spellbinding result. It's made in Italy with a high-rise waist to define the smallest part of your frame and features a front hemline slit. Team it with a diaphanous blouse and stiletto heels to channel modern Italian glamour.
Marco de Vincenzo's playful take on feminine styles is showcased with this fuchsia-pink cardigan. It's crafted in Italy from a cotton-blend ribbed-knit laced with metallic fibres to a V-neck long-sleeved shape with ruffled cuffs. Note the crystal-embellished button fastening that adds a glamorous finish. Wear it with floral prints for a romantic dinner ensemble.
Marco de Vincenzo's signature extravagance is seen in this teal-blue cardigan. It's made from a mid-weight ribbed knit and features crystal-embellished buttons and ruffled cuffs that add a dash of playfulness to the classic V-neck construction. Style it with black trousers and black suede pumps for an understated evening look with elegance.
Marco de Vincenzo elevates simple styles with metallic fibres. This grey midi dress is crafted in Italy from a lightweight knit with grey black and beige chevron stripes and shaped for a slim fit with open-knit panels at the shoulders sleeves and hem adding a feminine touch. Pair it with a structured bag and heeled sandals for sophisticated elegance.
For Resort 2018 Marco de Vincenzo drew inspiration from the maximalist tendencies of Italian fashion pioneer Walter Albini. Suitably elaborate this Italian-crafted semi-sheer silk-georgette dress features a multicoloured leopard-print pattern ruffled asymmetrical hemline and embroidered lace embellishments: caramel-brown at the neckline and burgundy at waist's sides. Note the detached nude-brown crepe slip dress. Heighten the impact with a structured bag and statement pumps.
Marco de Vincenzo's designs are imbued with Italian flair as this striped sweater so aptly demonstrates. It's crafted from a lightweight lurex for subtle sparkle in contrasting-patterned open-knit panels and finished with ruffles at the round neck and cuffs. Team it with equally bold hot-pink trousers for a bright new-season outfit.
Italian eccentricity is Marco de Vincenzo's calling card for Resort 2018 taking inspiration from the esteemed 'Italian father of prêt à porter' Walter Albini. This multicoloured leopard-print silk-georgette blouse is shaped to a relaxed fit with a point collar and long blouson sleeves that are detailed with a coordinating ruffle and falls into a curved hem. Tailored trousers will be an elegant evening accompaniment.
The bold stripes and languid silhouette of this Marco de Vincenzo dress are a nod to the unrestrained style of Walter Albini - the Resort 2018 muse. It's crafted in Italy from a form-fitting Lurex-knit with a sparkling metallic-gold open knit top detailed with a sharp V neckline. Chevron stripes in gold beige pink and navy form the midsection meeting a black knee-length scalloped-edge skirt. Style it with embellished slides and a structured bag for heightened impact.
A book on Italian designer and stylist Walter Albini provided a well of inspiration for Marco de Vincenzo's Resort 2018 collection and this black fine-knit skirt is one of the dramatic results. Made in Italy it's shaped for a slim fit throughout the body and is striped with grey magenta-pink and red diagonal inserts then trimmed with a ruffle across the asymmetric hem. Complete a daring evening edit with an embellished cami top and scarlet-red pumps.
Marco de Vincenzo's artisanal sensibility is felt in these peacock-green velvet sandals. They're distinguished by signature braided straps that are designed to arch over the foot and are set on a pin-thin stiletto heel for sultry appeal. Watch them bring a hit of directional elegance to a ruffled blouse and pencil skirt.