Ever since he joined the couture house in August 2016, Raf Simons has been modifying Calvin Klein’s fashion game for the better. Recently we saw him bring the Kar-Jenners into the mix. Now he’s proving that a cocktail of classic and modish is what results in unique. His latest 205W39NYC’s Pre-Fall 2018 Collection has been created in collaboration with The Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts. The range also nods at the brand’s alliance with the American heritage label Pendleton Woolen Mills.
In his 205W39NYC’s Pre-Fall 2018 Collection, Raf Simons has brought an extravaganza of colors, metallics, and eye-catchy aesthetics to the fore. Here’s a glimpse of what you can expect from Calvin Klein’s pre-fall collection. The range is set to drop later this year.
A cocktail of prints
Stripes meet geometric shapes and knits meet florals to produce an amalgam that is meant to wow. In this assortment, key pieces have been designed in a mishmash of colors, with varying yet contrasting prints completing whole outfits. Right in alignment with what’s in vogue.
Past marries the present
The New Americana spirit that has been portrayed in the Calvin Klein Pre-Fall 2018 Collection, is all about traditional shaking hands with modern. We get to see over-sized knits, puffed up jackets, tailored trousers, huge totes, and much more combining both the past trends and the present ones.
A variety of textures
In his new range, Raf Simons doesn’t just show his audience a single picture. Rather he has painted with various brushes as the collection features different kinds of fabrics. The creative officer has played with textures of more kinds. A perfect transition from one season to another.