As spring approaches, it seems like an appropriate time to re-live the wonderful prints showcased during NYFW last month. These nearly seasonless designs give a reason to be ready for fall.
During this past fashion week, the topic of moving away from releasing collections for a particular season was widely discussed. “…but on the whole, much of what was sent down the runways had the sense of being seasonless, with sandals, bare shoulders, and airy fabrics mixed in among the cold-weather fare.” – StyleCaster
The leader of this conversation seems to be Burberry, which announced to “…replace its current four-show calendar with two runway shows. They’re calling the new format “seasonless, immediate, and personal…” – Elle
Aside from the undeniable purpose of providing cold-weather protection with autumn/winter collections, there’s no reason for a certain season “aesthetic.”
In an effort to show examples of designers breaking away from autumn/winter colors, the following list is a mixture of experimental and testing the waters. Below are outfits ready for remembering summer memories in.
Featured are outfits from Anna K, O’2nd, Rubin & Chapelle, LRS Studio, Desigual, Not Just a Label, Son Jung Wan, Rodebjer, and A Détacher.
Rubin & Chapelle
Not Just a Label
Son Jung Wan
It’s hard to deny fashion week is constantly involving, and one of the biggest catalysts is social media. This new way of consumerism is “…being looked upon as the catalyst of the fashion calendar’s current changes, as brands like Burberry and Tom Ford switch to season-less business models. The industry is in transition as consumers scrolling through Instagram expect to be able to buy what they see, instantly.” – Digiday
One thing’s for certain, if you sport one of these designer’s looks this fall, you’ll be ahead of the curve.