ANIMAL PRINTS REMAIN A HOT LOOK FOR SPRING/SUMMER 2020
One thing is sure: leopard prints never go out of style. Airy, playful garments with animal prints will remain a mainstay in our closets. At the spring and summer 2020 fashion shows, ultra-feminine see-through models (from Blumarine, Dolce&Gabbana, Etro, and Saint Laurent), jackets (like those from Balenciaga and Dries Van Noten) and tops (from Zadig&Voltaire, for instance) dominated the catwalk. But that isn’t all by a longshot. This year, classic big-cat patterns will even be seen on swimsuits, sandals, and bags. They’re really simple to wear, especially in the summertime. And contrary to expectations, animal prints are totally uncomplicated. The trick? Simply combine them with classic nuances like black or white. See for yourself!
Taking inspiration from hits and cult items of past decades, the JET SET Spring/Summer 2020 collection uproots 1960s ski chic for a trip through the decades, channeling the label’s iconic contributions to fashion in the 1980s and 1990s. Of course, JET SET’s latest releases keep some of the iconography of its early days: the striking star that featured in the architecture of the brand’s first brick and mortar store, for instance, appears in new Star Monogram track pants and jackets. Meanwhile, the entire collection reflects the label’s longstanding use of bold colors, graphic patterns, and breakthrough fabrics that cross from performance into the every day (but never the ordinary). The season reboots JET SET’s 80s denim diffusion line, Blue System – including the cult favorite “US 1” jean, back by popular demand from fans of the legendary releases – updated with quality, Italian-made materials and innovative fits and finishes as a new cornerstone for both men and women. Original archival prints featuring pink and green 80s “Animal Camou” and signature pop art-infused “Pin Ball” motifs appear respectively on a silk windbreaker-style “sweatshirt” and vintage-style bomber – all made with heritage techniques and luxury materials.