Perfect for the sartorial risktaker and guaranteed to produce show-stopping results, these dynamic pairings are, well, a match made in heaven. Keep reading to see how the look is being addressed both on the runways and the streets, plus shop our picks.
The songstress brought new meaning to luxe loungewear while leaving her London hotel last month in Christopher Kane’s Floral Printed Cotton Sweatshirt ($534) and matching Cotton Sweatshirt Pants ($469).
At a birthday party in New York last month, the singer showed off her svelte figure--and penchant for spring’s bold black and white stripes trend--in Topshop’s Variegated Long Sleeve Crop Top ($15) and Varied Stripe Tube Skirt ($44).
Chanel offered the perfect makings of a high-impact look: the Emb Silk Tweed Jacket ($16,445, 800.550.0005) and Emb Silk Tweed Shorts ($6710, 800.550.0005) styled with the Cashmere Pullover ($2480, 800.550.0005) in a windmill print and finished with chunky pearl jewellery.
With the same motif featured on the Embroidered Bomber Jacket ($20000), Embroidered Pant ($15445), and Mesh Pumps ($1500) Giambattista Valli showcased a literal interpretation of head-to-toe prints for spring.
Who says today’s look only works with prints? Not stylist/Vogue contributing editor Howell, who showed up at a Los Angeles dinner hosted by Bon Appetit late last month in a matching set of army green, specifically Band of Outsiders’ jacket and pants
Reverse Floral Two-Piece Skirt Set ($60) in Black Multi