The Spring Collection is designed to reflect the sense of individuality. Trends woven into the collection blend understated elegance with a touch of modernized style. A minimalist 70’s approach pervades this season, brushed with modernism for a neo-nostalgic look that is dreamy and pensive.
For the female collection, classic maritime with revamped classics, evolved spots and stripes combined with simplified styling under a sports influenced umbrella directs a strong nautical message this spring season. Nautical colors with bright highlights in quirky conversational prints and oversized polka dots transforms a more modern take on this evergreen trend.
Key shapes such as culottes, tubular maxi’s, roll-up chinos & resort polo t-shirts play a big role in updating this classic look.
Black and white tailoring with proportion play, and typography stay a key trend from the past for Spring 2016. Stencil florals, linear markings, and simple horizontal stripes update the classic monochrome trend with key shapes like long lined cardigans, slim leg pants, wrap front jumpsuit boxy shift dress, kimono’s & slim leg with kick flare trousers.
For the men’s collection, preppy resort wear is the new nautical for Spring 2016. This trend focuses on resort styling with sailor stripes and color pop updating this classic trend. Simple typography, yacht referencing anchor motifs as well seaside conversational prints bring that fun modern edge. Core classic shapes such as; the single button blazer, tipped polo shirt, cricket sweater the 5-pocket chino & tailored shorts are updated with modern resort styling.
Monochrome sportswear continues to have the biggest influence on the season with proportion play, oversized fits, longer hemlines and Bauhaus typography.
Simplified graphics with easy slogans continue in monochromatic shades. These are found in shapes such as; slim fit joggers, active inspired t-shirts longer length shirts, cut and sew polo’s slouchy crew neck tops to name but a few.
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