FASHION

For Spring, Designers Are Taking Stripes In a Whole New Direction


Photographs by Thomas Lohr, Styled by Charlotte Collet

One way to stay ahead of the fashion curve right now: Don some stripes. The graphic motif, which never really goes out of style, showed up in full force on the spring 2017 runways, seeming fresh and new. That’s because this time around, the look is less seaside laissez-faire and more urban-gal-on-the-go—darting down velvet pants at Nina Ricci, shooting across silk blouses at ­Balenciaga, and racing in all directions in Jonathan Saunder’s debut collection for Diane von Furstenberg. In other words, just run with it.

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Photographs by Thomas Lohr, Styled by Charlotte Collet

From left: Massimo Dutti tank dress; Opening Ceremony dress (underneath). Hilfiger Collection dress; Basler top.

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Photographs by Thomas Lohr, Styled by Charlotte Collet

From left: Carven shirt; DKNY sweater and pants; Marco De Vincenzo slip dress. Diesel Black Gold dress; Judith & Charles long-sleeve dress; Guess jumpsuit.

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Photographs by Thomas Lohr, Styled by Charlotte Collet

From left: Rag & Bone poncho; Philipp Plein trousers. Les Copains jacket; Aerie top; Theory shirtdress; Maje pants. Coach 1941 jacket; G-Star sweater; Rag & Bone shirtdress and pants.

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Photographs by Thomas Lohr, Styled by Charlotte Collet; Hair by Tina Outen at Streeters; makeup by Jen Myles; manicures by Tee Hundley for Dior; models: Liene Podina at Fusion, Mical at Next Management, Alecia Morais at the Society Management, Nicole Atieno at Wilhelmina Models; digital technician: Matthew Kanbergs; photography assistants: Nick Krasznai, Adhat Campos; fashion assistant: Ali Kornhauser; hair assistant: Rochelle walker; Makeup Assistant: Marijana Zivanovic

From left: Zadig & Voltaire hoodie; G-Star shirt; AG jeans; Longchamp shoes. Opening Ceremony top; Theory shirt; Hilfiger Collection jeans; Aldo shoes.