Stripes are intrinsic to any season’s collection as they have the ability to change the way a garment ebbs and flows. Consumers thrive under the illusion stripes provide with their symmetry, as horizontal stripes broaden the wearers while vertical stripes slim them down. Yet, this season teased this symmetry to give rise to distorted take-on stripes, as consecutive stripes varying in width, colour or even their linearity graced the ramps.
There was a harmonious clash of diagonal, horizontal and vertical stripes among the designer’s lines as Dries Van Noten explored monochrome stripes in bits and pieces, Temperley London paired its architectural print to a spin with diagonal stripes and Moschino placed together contrasting bright stripes in yellow, pink, black and red to create casual coordinated sets.
Dries Van Noten