Bold, bright, and brilliantly textured, spring’s stripes are a great happening in the fashion industry. Stripes in every iteration were seen on the runways. From Fendi and Ports 1961’s mix-and-match versions. You can wear stripes of different sizes and colors in the same outfit! (Yes, you can!)
Stripes stormed the runways in every style you can possibly imagine—some ran horizontal while others vertical; there were thick lines and super skinny ones, too. At Ralph Lauren, asymmetric blue-and-white stripes lined a strapless evening gown, while at Salvatore Ferragamo, stripes went in every direction in bold hues. Rosie Assoulin’s glittering rainbow striped dress, the classic print got a glitzy update. Adam Selman also experimented with the multicolored print, while Monse and Alexander Wang covered shirts and dresses in mini pinstripes. Clearly, these stripes went far beyond the classic navy-and-white nautical ones we all know and love, but they absolutely have just as much statement-making appeal.