Stay one step ahead of the game with our roundup of the key Spring 2016 trends that will be presented to you in the upcoming days. Starting us off are ruffles, which have been dominating the catwalks from New York, to London, and Milan, either sliding up a pair of trousers at Roksanda, or cascading down collars courtesy of Naeem Khan. If flirty frills are your style, turn to designers such as Oscar de la Renta and Peter Pilotto; or, if you prefer sophisticated structure, then check out the creations by Rosie Assoulin and Proenza Schouler. Click through the slides to get inspired by this charming trend that will play up your feminine side.
Spring 2016 Trend: Romantic Ruffles
This Naeem Khan one-shoulder evening gown comes with a structured, asymmetric ruffled collar that will draw attention to your face.
No-fuss, cascading ruffles gather on one side of this Isa Arfen dress.
Cropped trousers punctuated with structured ruffles, courtesy of Roksanda.
Proenza Schouler incorporates Latin-inspired ruffles.
Already embracing the Spring 2016 trend, Anna Dello Russo wows in a bold Rosie Assoulin ruffled top during New York Fashion Week.
Oscar de la Renta offers lacy and dainty ruffles that are delicately arranged on this lavender dress.
A tiered ruffled dress presented at Giamba.
Oversized folds add drama to the back of this Rosie Assoulin gown.
Micro ruffled details make an impression at Peter Pilotto.
Soft ruffled hemlines spotted on the streets during London Fashion Week.
V-necks were given a feminine touch at Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini.
Dramatic folds on a high-neckline dress by J.W. Anderson.
Cleverly placed ruffles on this Simone Rocha dress add definition to the waist.
Peter Dundas places a trail of ruffles on high-low skirts at Roberto Cavalli.