— November 8, 2014 —
balmain / cedric charlier / dsquared / elizabeth and james / jay ahr / jonathan saunders / kenzo / marni / opening ceremony / rosie assoulin / stella mccartney
Are stripes a wardrobe staple for you? Whether it is or it is not, we're happy to witness Resort 2015 get an update on stripes. Designers used stripes in all ways; vertically, horizontally, diagonally and in all types of clothing. For today's trendspotting on stripes, let us show you the ones that caught our eyes this season and various styles they were injected in different looks. (Above photo: Rosie Assoulin)
The new take on the classic striped top gave it a more fresh feel. Check out this cool and totally wearable DSquared² top:
More tops in stripes. We're loving the flowy Sass and Bide top that has some nautical feel when paired with white bottoms as shown in below photo. Labels Elizabeth and James and Jonathan Saunders kept their knits interesting with bold stripes.
(L-R: Sass and Bide, Elizabeth and James, Jonathan Saunders)
More interesting tops below. Jonathan Saunders kept the feminine and masculine perfectly balanced in the first ensemble while Sass and Bide shows how cool and playful is done with sheer (middle).
(L-R: Opening Ceremony, Sass and Bide, Cedric Charlier)
Dresses were also found in stripes:
We also noticed some going full on stripes and getting away with it. Look at Chloe, Jonathan Saunders, and Marni: (l-r)
And finally, long striped dresses. (L-R: DSquared², Jay Ahr, Kenzo)